Reid Schwartz, Ph.D.


Dr. Schwartz was educated and trained as a neuropsychologist at the University of Chicago. He has B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Chicago. His primary training experiences beyond the classroom were at the University of Chicago Hospitals and University affiliated facilities. He is a senior clinician with 40 years of experience helping children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of ways. He is also a world class athlete in track cycling. Dr. Schwartz is a Masters World Champion and has won numerous Masters US National Championships. The services he provides are in the following areas:

› Neuropsychological testing and differential diagnosis
› Counseling for children, adolescents and adults
› State of the art EEG Neurofeedback and neurotherapy
› Independent Educational Evaluations
› Peak performance training and sports psychology from the child athlete to
world champions
› Quantative EEG (QEEG)
› Consultation and assessements for gifted children
› Expert Witness testimony
› Optimal performance brain training for students, scholars, high level professionals,
and preparation for college and graduate school entrance examinations as well
as licensing board examinations

As a licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Schwartz does not prescribe medications. However, he does work collaboratively with physicians who prescribe medications and who use other medical interventions. Dr. Schwartz has collaborated with physicians at leading hospitals such the University of Chicago, Northwestern, the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Children's Memorial, Hope Children's Hospital, Loyola Medical Center, Rush Hospital, University of Illinois Medical Center, and the Mayo Clinic. He also has worked with physicians in private practice as well as those at smaller local hospitals such as Hinsdale Medical Center and Elmhurst Hospital. A partial list of the problems he has helped people with is shown below.

› Anxiety and Panic Attacks
› Depression
› Bipolar Disorders
› Behavioral Disorders
› Learning Disabilities, Auditory and/or Visual Processing Problems, Dyslexia, Executive Functioning Disorders, and other neurophysiological
conditions that effect school and workplace functioning
› ASD – Autism, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Aspergers
› Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI), concussions, strokes, and other Neurological disorders
› Migraine headaches
› Chronic pain disorders including fibromyalgia
› Seizure disorders
› Sleep Disorders
› Marital problems
› Child Custody issues
› Developmental delays