Jessica Myszak, PHD

Specialties: Anxiety, Parenting, Postpartum


Anxiety, Parenting, Postpartum



Age Group Focus

Children, Adults

Treatment Approaches

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Psychological Testing and Evaluation


ADHD, Anxiety, Asperger’s, Autism, Behavior Issues, Caregiver Stress, Child or Adolescent, Coping Skills, Depression, Parenting, Postpartum

About Jessica Myszak

You were already stressed. Parenting, keeping up with the never-ending housework and laundry, working, managing it all. And now, things are going to get 100 times worse. Everyone is stuck at home, and tensions and emotions are high. You are terrified at the prospect of what could happen, but are also drowning in the daily minutia. Without your normal ways of coping, you need help. Teletherapy is a safe and effective way to get support from the comfort of your own home. Limited daytime and evening appointments are available to accommodate your family and work schedule. You may need support with managing your child’s behavior, or you may need help dealing with your own anxiety and stress. This is a scary time, and you don’t have to do it alone. Call today. Jessica Myszak is a licensed psychologist who has been practicing since 2010. Her primary training has included children, adolescents, and families with a focus on developmental disabilities. Originally from the Southwest Chicagoland area, she received her Bachelor’s degree in psychology at the University of Georgia and her M.S. and Ph.D. in school psychology from Indiana University, where she specialized in social skills and autism spectrum disorder and gained several publications in this area. She completed her internship and post-doctorate fellowship with the University of Tennessee Health Science Center / Boling Center for Developmental Disabilities in Memphis, Tennessee, a UCEDD/LEND training facility which focuses on best practice for evidence-based treatment, where she gained further experience with evaluation and treatment of children with developmental disabilities and their families (autism, ADHD, learning disorders, intellectual disabilities) and emotional problems. In 2019, she completed additional training in perinatal mental health to be able to support new mothers with mental health issues.

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