Dr. Andrew Rosenbloom received his Masters and Doctorate degrees from The Illinois School of Professional Psychology. He works primarily with children/adolescents who struggle with issues of anxiety, depression, confidence, and interpersonal relationships. In particular, he works with children on the Autism spectrum as well as amateur athletes who struggle with confidence, frustration tolerance, and performance anxiety.
Dr. Rosenbloom provides psycho-educational assessments and testing, specifically ADHD, emotional, and behavioral testing. In addition, he does public speaking regarding youth athletics and teaches sport psychology classes at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
Working mainly with children and adolescents, Dr. Rosenbloom has experience treating the following:
- Autism spectrum, especially social/emotional functioning
- Frustration tolerance
- Interpersonal relationships
- Performance anxiety
I believe the number one aspect of successful treatment is a strong/trusting relationship. Through my passion for sports and having been a coach for over 10 years, I connect with my clients through sports metaphors, movies, real life scenarios, and getting to understand their interests. The family is also a necessary part of the therapy team. For this reason, family members are included in phases of treatment to ultimately help clients reach their goals.