Rachel S. Port, PsyD
Dr. Rachel Port is a licensed clinical psychologist at the Family Institute at Northwestern University. Dr. Port treats children, adolescents, families, adults, and couples. Dr. Port also administers psychological and psycho-educational assessments with children and adults.
Dr. Port completed her Bachelor of Arts in psychology at Washington University in St. Louis, where she graduated with honors. Subsequently, Dr. Port attended the Illinois School of Professional Psychology, where she received her Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology and Clinical Psychology Doctorate.
Dr. Port completed her post-doctoral training and worked as a staff therapist at New Hope Academy, a therapeutic day school. She also completed her pre-doctoral internship at the University of Michigan, an APA approved internship program. In addition, Dr. Port participated in training at Mount Sinai Hospital's Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health Clinic, University of Illinois at Chicago's Counseling Center, and United Stand Family Counseling Center.
Clinical Interests: Children, adolescents, and young adults with a range of issues including anxiety, depression, relationship concerns, academic underachievement and self-esteem deficits; Asperger's disorder; divorce, remarriage, and adoption in families; college and graduate students with identity and transitional concerns; adults with anxiety, depression, and relationship concerns; parenting issues; premarital counseling and couples therapy; multiculturalism; LGBT issues; women's issues; grief and loss; psycho-educational testing of children and adults.
Family Institute Locations: Northbrook, Evanston, Downtown Chicago
Call 847-733-4300, ext. 0 to contact this therapist.