The Psychology Center, Inc
10343 S Western Avenue
Chicago, IL 60643
General Office Telephone (24 hours) 773/238-2828
Our Professional Staff
Some of our professional services most often requested include...
Current Professional Staff Available to Work With You
Dr Norma Medina, Psy.D. - received her Master's degree from Loyola University, followed by her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Chicago. She provides general psychological services to all populations, and speaks Spanish fluently. Her interests include traveling, sailing, biking, doing family genealogies, and watching foreign films. She has a Persian cat named Zoe.
Dr. Aaron D. Chatman, Psy.D - completed his Masters Degree at Roosevelt Univ. and his Doctoral degree at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology with a concentration in multicultural competency. Dr. Chatman provides both comprehensive psychological services and neuropsychological testing. He works with clients who struggle with a variety of problems, and provides couples therapy as well. Dr. Chatman has also obtained Certification in Addiction Counseling and worked for several years at a residential alcohol and substance abuse treatment facility. He is a retired United States Marine and provides psychological services to military service members, police officers and their family members. Dr. Chatman resides in Beverly and enjoys cycling, camping, jet skiing, traveling, and spending time with his Shih Tzu Terrier, "Milla".
Toni Archer, M.A. Candidate - Toni received her B.A. in Psychology from Governor State University in 2012, and is currently completing her Master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Argosy University in Chicago. She is a Certified Nursing Assistant and holds a Pharmacy Technician's Certificate as well. She has a strong interest in working with families and couples, and is particularly good at working with children. She enjoys many hobbies including swimming, travel, extensive reading, and spending time with her own 2 young children.
Sonya D. Willis. LPC - is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Southern Illinois University and a Master’s degree in Counseling, specializing in Marriage, Couples, and Family from Governors State University. She is also certified in the Gottman Method of Couples Therapy: Bridging the Couple Chasm. She hopes to begin a Doctoral degree soon. In addition to her specialization in family and couples counseling, she has a strong background working with adolescents and adults experiencing mental health issues. Sonya is interested in helping couples, families, and individuals enhance their life competencies. Sonya’s own self-care includes traveling, writing, and spending quality time with her family and friends. Unfortunately, she is allergic to pets.
Heidi Binder, MA, - is currently a Doctoral candidate at Adler University. She received her BA in Psychology at Valparaiso University and an MA in Clinical Psychology through Adler University. Her clinical interests are primarily related to important life transitions, relationship concerns, and identity formation. Her research interests have been primarily focused on issues such as religion, gender, and sexual identity. She also has experience working in therapeutic day schools and college counseling. Outside of her graduate studies and clinical work, Heidi enjoys going to concerts, musicals, and plays, watching movies, reading... and just about anything else.
Latoya Foster, MA, LPC - is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Chicago State University, and a Master’s degree in Marriage & Family Counseling from Governors State University. She is also certified in Gottman Method Couples Therapy Level 1: Bridging the Couple Chasm. In addition to her specialization in family and couples counseling, she has a strong background working with teens and adults experiencing anxiety and/or depression. She is interested in helping couples, families, and individuals enhance their life competencies. Latoya is married with a 10 year old daughter. Her own self-care includes watching lifetime movie network, traveling, catching action movies at the show with her husband, and spending quality time with her family and friends.
Denise (Tonye) Lattimore, M.S. - received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology in 2008 and then a Master of Science degree - with a concentration in Marriage and Family Therapy -in 2012 from Purdue University Northwest. She has a strong background working with the African- American population, as well as individuals and all couples, families, blended families, and children. She is particularly interested in issues concerning good co-parenting between divorced or separated parents, and with promoting women’s self-esteem. Denise has experience with both divorce and remarriage into a “blended” family with step children. She has 2 biological children, ages 24 and 17 and 6 "bonus" (step) children. Her interests include traveling, crafting, playing violin, going to church, and spending time with her best friend/husband.
Rouchelle Macon, LPC -
Andrea Mosqueda, LCPC - obtained her Master's degree from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology with specialized training in Addiction Disorders. She is currently completing her Doctoral program in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. Andrea is a native Spanish speaker and completely fluent in that language. She also has research experience from The University of Chicago Medical Center. She is interested in working with a variety of clients, including families and couples. Her hobbies include reading, sports, exercise training, and cross-stitching. She has one dog named Marcha.
Timothy Moriarty, LPC - is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Master's degree from Adler School of Professional Psychology and a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Professor Moriarty has a strong background working with individuals in crisis and as well as families affected by stress and discord. He is particularly interested in empowering his clients to learn ways to adapt and overcome feelings of doubt and insecurity. Tim is married to wife Kate for the past 18 years and they have two beautiful teenagers and one dog– Emma and PJ and "Cynder" (a labradoodle) . His interests include music, sports, and cooking.
Shirley Burton, LCPC - is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Services from the University of Minnesota and a Master of Science degree in Rehabilitation Counseling (with a certificate in Psychiatric Rehabilitation) from Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT). She has a strong background working with a geriatric clientele, as well as families and individuals. She is particularly interested in issues concerning self-worth and promoting individuals to embrace the enrichments in their lives (viewing the glass half full instead of half empty). Shirley has 4 children and has also experienced divorce and now co-parents a 12-year-old son. Her interests includes going to church, spending time with family/friends, cooking and traveling.
Denise P Little, M.S. - is a Ph.D. candidate at Walden University. “Dee” has an M.S. in psychology from Walden University, and also a M.S. in Professional Clinical Psychology and a B.S. in psychology from Roosevelt University. Denise is also certified in domestic violence. She has experience working with at-risk youth and children that are wards of the state. She has extensive experience working with children between the age of 6-18 with mild to serve mental health disorders. Denise also likes to work with families and couples. Denise is married to her husband David (who is also a Ph.D. candidate) and has 3 children and a 10-year-old granddaughter, Ms. Ari. She also has an English Mastiff named Tsunami who weighs 165 pounds! Denise is very active in her church and her hobbies include spending time with her husband and children, playing the bass guitar, and making custom designed items.
David Little, MS - is a doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology at Walden University. He has 2 master’s degrees in Professional Clinical Psychology, both from Walden University and also from Roosevelt University, Chicago. He also has a Master’s in Secondary Education from Saint Xavier University and is a licensed K-12 school counselor and certified in domestic violence. David has an interest in marital, couples, family and individual therapy. David is a high school culinary arts teacher of 17-plus years. He is married to Denise P. Little and they have three grown children and a granddaughter, Arianna. “Tsunami” is the family pet, a two-year-old English Mastiff. David’s self-care includes baking, traveling, spending quality time with his family, singing, and line-dancing.
Dr Norma Medina, Psy.D.
Dr Elenor Juarez, Psy.D.
Dr Tim O'Brien, Psy.D.
Dr Aaron D. Chatman, Psy.D
Dr Catherine Jackson, Psy.D.
Dr Audra Rowe, Ed.D.
Shirley Burton, LCPC
Shiela Baxter, LPC
Andrea Mosqueda, LCPC
Denise (Tonye) Lattimore, M.S.
Jeff Beck, LCPC
Toni Archer, M.A. Candidate
Sonya D. Willis,LPC
David Little, M.S., Intern
"Dee" Little, M.S., Intern
Paul Davenport, Intern
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