Dr. Hollie Sobel received her doctorate in clinical psychology from the Illinois Institute of Technology, and completed a fellowship at the University of Chicago. Prior to launching Psychological Assessment, Consultation, and Treatment (PACT), she was a faculty member at the Family Institute at Northwestern University and Rush University Medical Center.
Dr. Hollie Sobel has specialization in conducting diagnostic, psychoeducational, forensic, and personality testing batteries to primarily children/adolescents with a variety of psychiatric and medical diagnoses. She also assists children and their families with school programming issues.
Another area of clinical expertise is providing individual, family, and group psychotherapy. Dr. Hollie Sobel has specialization in using researched-based cognitive-behavioral techniques with children/adolescents and adults to improve mood, decrease levels of anxiety, and enhance functioning across home, school/work and social settings. She includes children/adolescents and parents in the treatment planning process, as family involvement is often important in reaching treatment goals.
Dr. Hollie Sobel has presented at local and national conferences, and is a published author.