Catherine McNeilly, Psy.D. Chicago Campus
"I encourage students to look beyond traditional
roles in psychology and commit themselves
to social change." Catherine G. McNeilly
Catherine G. McNeilly, Psy.D.
The Adler School has a real commitment to continuing the pioneering work of Alfred Adler. His work as a theorist and practitioner and his model for working in the community at large—not just with individuals in an office—lives on at the University.
As an Adler graduate, I wanted to give back to the University in a concrete way by showing students the value of this social responsibility-based training. I attempt to model the openness, empathic listening, and respectful attention that students will need to successfully practice psychology. These characteristics will help them treat clients and succeed in working with colleagues in an increasingly transdisciplinary model of service delivery. As a result, I encourage students to look beyond traditional roles in psychology and commit themselves to social change on a personal, local, and global level.
Please e-mail or call me (312-662-4347) if you have questions or would like more information about me.
- Psy.D., Adler school of Professional Psychology
- M.A., Northwestern University
- B.A., Loyola University
- Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC)
- American Psychological Association
- Illinois Psychology Association
- Corrigan, P., McCracken, S., & McNeilly, C. (2004). Evidence-based practices for people with serious mental illness and substance abuse disorders. In C. Stout, & R. Hayes, (Eds.), The handbook of evidence based practice in behavioral healthcare: Applications and new directions. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
- Harm Reduction, Prevention and Early Intervention, Illinois Psychological Association Substance Abuse Professional Development Series, March 2010
- Evidence-Based Treatments for Individuals, Teens, and Families, IAODAPCA 2010 Annual Spring Conference, March 2010
- Review class for the Registered Dual Diagnosis Professional (RDDP) certification, University of Chicago, School of Social Work Administration, 2007, 2008, 2009