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About Pediatric Psychology
Due to construction work related to Rush’s new cancer and neurosciences building, some lanes will be closed on Ashland Avenue near Harrison Street, as well as Congress Parkway. Please avoid Ashland Avenue and Congress Parkway and allow extra time. To learn more about alternative routes to reach Rush destinations on Harrison Street, including the main parking garage and Professional Building, please visit this web page.
Pediatric Psychology at Rush focuses on providing empirically-supported evaluation, therapy and consultation services for youth and families facing neurodevelopmental, psychological and/or medical difficulties. Across services, our team prides itself on using your child’s strengths as a foundation for growth and change, and tailoring our approach to your child’s development and need. We place a strong emphasis on clear communication and we believe your child is best served when we partner with your family and medical team to provide developmentally- and psychologically-sensitive care.