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Dr. Sejdaras is a Clinical Psychologist in Chicago, Il working with individuals suffering from Social Anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Grief and Loss, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Relationship problems, Work Stress, ADHD/ADD, Gender and Sexual Identity Issues and other concerns that may distress and create imbalance in a person’s life.

She has been participating in the field of mental health for over 13 years. In addition to completing the academic requirements for a fully accredited degree, her training at the doctorate level included two years of supervised clinical practicum work and a year of a supervised pre-doctoral internship.  She is also a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor

As a psychotherapist, Dr. Sejdaras has worked in a number of inpatient psychiatric hospitals and outpatient mental health clinics, including Henry Ford Hospital & Northeast Guidance Center Clinic in Detroit Michigan, Haymarket Center, Gateway Foundation & Howard Brown Behavioral Health in Chicago, Illinois. She has continued to refine and develop her skills through ongoing continuing education.  In total, she has worked as a clinician and consultant in Hospitals, Outpatient Mental Health Clinics, and Rehabilitation Inpatient Clinics. Dr. Sejdaras specializes and has extensive knowledge on treating individuals suffering from anxiety, social anxiety, complex trauma, and/or substance abuse. She has worked with individuals and groups requesting therapy from a variety of psychological and emotional distress including; anxiety, panic disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, complex trauma, addictions, gender identity issues, adolescent issues, grief & loss, and life transitioning. 

Dr. Sejdaras has substantial experience on working with a diverse population and strives to develop perceptiveness and understanding of her patients' experiences along with establishing a relational environment where they feel validated and understood.

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