Rachel Riley Fancher, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Fancher is a licensed clinical psychologist and the director of Fancher Psychology & Assessment, LLC. She works with clients across the lifespan to help reduce anxiety, learn effective coping tools, improve relationships and to live a more fulfilled life.
“We are not what we know but what we are willing to learn.”
~Mary Catherine Bateson
Dr. Fancher holds a Doctorate and Masters degree in Clinical Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology and Bachelors’ degrees in Psychology and French Studies from The University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee.
Dr. Fancher has experience and interest working with individuals across the lifespan and has gained extensive clinical training through work with Mt. Sinai Hospital, Jesse Brown Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and Jewish Child & Family Services.
Dr. Fancher is a consultant at Jewish Child and Family Services where she trains doctoral level students and provides trainings and presentations. She has previously held positions as an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Masters and Clinical PsyD Departments of the Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
Olivia Metzger, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
Olivia is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She works with individuals across the lifespan and strives to create a collaborative and non-judgmental environment in which she customizes her clinical approach to meet the unique needs of her clients.
Olivia holds a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology from Northwestern University and a Bachelors degree in Psychology from Yale.
Olivia has experience and interest counseling teenagers and adults in managing anxiety, depression, life transitions including the transition to parenthood, relationship difficulties, self-esteem concerns, and grief. She has gained extensive clinical training through work at The Family Institute and Columbia College.
Eliana Wool, PsyD
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Wool is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who works with individuals across the lifespan through a warm and collaborative treatment approach that is primarily informed by cognitive behavioral theories. She is particularly interested in working with adolescents and young adults who struggle with depression, anxiety, life transitions, relationship difficulties, and/or poor self-esteem.
Dr. Wool holds a Doctorate and Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Syracuse University.
Dr. Wool has experience providing therapy to individuals across the lifespan who present with a range of emotional, behavioral, and/or social concerns. She gained experience working with these populations in a number of treatment settings, including community mental health, hospital, school, and private practice.
Dr. Wool is an Adjunct Instructor in the Clinical PsyD Department of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Courses taught include: Basic Intervention Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Advanced Intervention Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy.
Beryl Elenbogen, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Beryl is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Her treatment style is collaborative, relationship focused, and goal directed. She helps clients to achieve an emotionally healthy and balanced life through the examination of thoughts and feelings, past and current relationships, and the identification of patterns in their lives.
Beryl holds a Masters degree in Social Work from Loyola University and a Bachelors degree from the University of Illinois, Urbana.
Beryl has experience and interest treating people struggling with anxiety and depression. She has particular interest in treating men and women with sexual abuse histories as well as treating new mothers experiencing postpartum struggles. Beryl has over 30 years of clinical experience and has gained extensive clinical training through work at Jewish Child and Family Services.
Beryl engages in training and supervision of clinicians in addition to treating clients in her role at Jewish Child and Family Services.
Michelle Morrone-Kubes, PsyD
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Morrone-Kubes is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and has expertise in working with adolescents and adults. As a therapist, her goal is to listen intently so that she is able to truly understand you, and develop a collaborative and trusting working relationship so that the hard work of therapy can take place. She holds the therapeutic relationship in the highest regard. Thus, strives to provide a collaborative, respectful, warm, and empathic environment so that you are able to explore your struggles openly and without judgment. Her clinical approach draws on insight-oriented, relational, cognitive behavioral, and acceptance and commitment therapy models. Although some symptoms might overlap within diagnoses, she believes each individual’s struggles are unique within a given context and deserve to be treated as such; therefore, works hard to tailor treatment to your specific needs so that therapy can be most effective. She specializes in treating depression, anxiety, PTSD, life stress and transitions (including adjustments to parenthood, college, and relationships), relationship struggles, identity development, sleep issues, and grief.
Dr. Morrone-Kubes holds a Doctoral degree, with a concentration in traumatic stress studies, from Adler University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Sociology from Northeastern Illinois University.
Dr. Morrone-Kubes has considerable experience in treating traumatic stress, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, and relationship difficulties. She uses an integrative approach to treatment that includes cognitive behavioral, relational, attachment, and systems approaches. She has gained extensive clinical training through work at Indian Oaks Academy, Jewish Child and Family Services, Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center, Coatesville Veterans Administration, and Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Administration.
Amanda Lossia, PhD
Dr. Lossia is a postdoctoral fellow who works primarily with children, adolescents, and their families to help them manage behavioral and emotional difficulties and support positive parent-child relationships. She uses evidence-based interventions and a cognitive-behavioral approach to help clients reach their treatment goals.
Dr. Lossia holds a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Illinois Institute of Technology and a master’s degree in child development from Erikson Institute. She completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology at the University of Michigan.
Dr. Lossia has experience providing therapy and assessment to clients across the lifespan, with a focus on children and families. She has a particular interest and experience in early childhood and enjoys working with young children and their families to address challenges and support positive parenting. She also has experience in supporting children’s adjustment and coping with medical conditions. Dr. Lossia completed her pre-doctoral internship at Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota and has also received training at UIC’s Institute for Juvenile Research and the Pediatric Developmental Center at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center.