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Dennis is a licensed psychologist at MHS and received his doctorate in clinical psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Dennis has extensive experience working with adults and adolescents with severe and persistent mental and physical illnesses across levels of care spanning from inpatient units to outpatient individual therapy. At MHS, Dennis has a few roles, including acting as a program and individual therapist in the Thrive for Chronic Pain program, supervising students and psychology interns, facilitating individual therapy, and conducting diagnostic assessments. Dennis has enjoyed working as an adjunct professor teaching Masters level clinicians as well. Dennis’s favorite aspect about working in this field is the opportunity to help empower clients through identifying their own resiliency and supporting them in creating a life they want to be present in by utilizing their strengths and resources.
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