Education and Training
Robert Hotz is a third-year doctoral student at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology in Chicago, IL. He received his B.A. from New York University where he majored in psychology and minored in child and adolescent mental health studies. He currently offers individual therapy to adults and adolescents under the supervision of Dr. Montesano and Dr. Guada.
As a doctoral level practicum student, Rob is interested in working with trauma and psychological distress across the lifespan, and he is particularly interested in working with children and adolescents. Rob believes that patients have the abilities and tools to heal within themselves, and that the path to recovery involves discovering one’s own true capabilities. His orientation is integrated with a focus on psychodynamic theory. Rob currently offers individual and family therapy at our Schaumburg office. He is also working one day weekly as an in-school therapist to children Preschool through 8th grade at St. Sabina Academy located in the Auburn Gresham neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side. Visit www.tcfmh.org for more information.
More information about Rob
After growing up in New York and Los Angeles, Rob has come to the Midwest to pursue his graduate studies in clinical psychology. Rob says that he likes to read in his free time as well as practice martial arts, play chess, and care for his two cats. Rob entered the field of clinical psychology as a way to utilize his analytical mind in a manner that would be of help to others. He also is passionate about being able to provide some of the same services that had been of such great benefit to him in his life.