Dr. Vaselakos received a Masters degree in clinical psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. This clinical training was shaped by his work as a domestic violence counselor and legal advocate for a domestic violence shelter. As the only male in the shelter he learned great empathy and insight into domestic violence issues. He then completed his doctoral training at the Adler School of Professional Psychology in 1998 and was one of the members of the first graduating APA approved class. Dr. Vaselakos’ clinical training continued with psychological testing of domestic violence batterers and the chronically mentally ill to assist in differential diagnosis and treatment planning. He engaged in advanced clinical practicum in psychological testing with DCFS to assist in diagnosis, parent bonding assessments, and treatment planning. Further, he engaged in an advanced therapy externship in clinical outpatient therapy with individuals,couples and families across the lifespan. He completed his internship at Colombia Olympia Fields Osteopathic Hospital and Medical Center. This was a diverse training in neuropsychology, inpatient and outpatient psychological treatment, behavioral medicine, psychopharmacological training and geriatric services. Dr. Vaselakos then completed a postdoctoral residency in geriatric psychology and treatment with the chronic mental ill populations in long term care facilities and intermediate care facilities. Dr. Vaselakos is the clinical director of V&R Behavioral Health Services and is also a fellow and Divorce Mediator with the Collaborative Institute of Illinois. Dr. Vaselakos maintains a full time caseload of clinical patients in their Orland Park and Homer Glen offices, and is an expert witness for the courts.
Dr. Robinson received his MA in counseling psychology at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan and his doctorate in clinical psychology from the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Chicago. Together with Dr. Vaselakos he completed his internship at Colombia Olympia Fields Osteopathic Hospital and Medical Center, and completed his postdoctoral residency in the same settings with Dr. Vaselakos. His certifications include cognitive behavior theory and therapy, clinical hypnosis psychotherapy and behavioral medicine.
Dr. Robinson currently maintains a full time caseload of patients in the Orland Park office and at Little
Company of Mary Hospital.
Tracy Stone is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and received a Master’s Degree in Community and Agency Counseling from St. Xavier University.
During her internship, she counseled women at the Family Rescue Domestic Violence Shelter in Chicago and is an Illinois Certified Domestic Violence Professional. Also, Tracy has completed the Perpetrator Abuse Interventions Program (PAIP) allowing her to be trained to counsel Domestic Violence Perpetrators, as well as, possesses a Certified Alcohol and Other Drugs Certification (CADC) to treat individuals and families struggling with addiction.
Tracy Stone is focused on treating adolescents, young adults, adult women, and families with mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, anger, OCD, and PTSD, work problems, career issues, life changes, excessive worry and panic, impulsivity, low self-esteem, and domestic abuse.
Tracy’s therapy approach embodies trust, compassion, Cognitive Behavioral, and Solution Focused techniques.
Tracy brings a unique perspective to counseling due to her experience of working in corporate America and being a business owner prior to becoming a therapist.
John obtained his BA in Communications and a Masters degree in social work from Dominican University. He is clinically trained in the diagnosis and treatment of all mental health disorders. John received additional training from Thrive Counseling Center in Oak Park, Illinois and Outreach Community Center in Carol Stream, Illinois where he worked as a mental health specialist and life skills facilitator. His concentration includes evaluating and treating depression, anger, anxiety, addictions, trauma, marital issues and crisis intervention. His work experience includes hospital, community mental health and school settings.
Isabel received a Masters degree in Clinical Counseling from Lewis University and a BA in Psychology from St. Xavier University. She received further counseling education from her work at Guardian Angel Community Services Sexual Assault Service Center. Isabel is certified as a Divorce Mediator with the Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois and is involved in Fraser Vaselakos & Associates positive parenting classes. Her clinical experience has been shaped by her previous work with sexual and physical abuse survivors, outpatient and residential drug treatment programs, and DCFS. Her concentration and expertise remains in effective parenting, sexual assault and domestic violence survivors, and children, adolescents and adults experiencing anxiety, self esteem issues, depression, FASD, and behavioral/cognitive issues.