Anna Jasiewicz is a pre-doctoral student working towards her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in child and adolescent treatment and assessment from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology -Argosy. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a concentration in Neuroscience at Loyola University.

Her clinical experience has centered on treating children and adolescents with various emotional and behavioral issues including depression, anxiety, bereavement, trauma and family-related issues. She is also involved in outreach programs designed specifically for children with disabilities. She practices from a developmental, psychodynamic, and attachment perspectives with an emphasis on dynamic play therapy modalities, especially sandplay therapy. Anna is also experienced at conducting comprehensive psychodiagnostic evaluations, including assessments for learning disabilities.

Particular research interests include investigating the relationship between early attachment trauma, neurological development, and psychological functioning. Anna advocates for alternative treatment approaches. She is currently conducting research investigating the efficacy of neurofeedback training in treating depression among adolescents.

Anna Jasiewicz, M.A