Keith A. Baird
Ph.D., Loyola University of Chicago
ABPP Diplomate, American Board of Professional Psychology
Board Certified in Clinical Psychology
Dr. Baird is a licensed clinical psychologist who is board certified by the American Board of Professional Psychology and is a Fellow both in the Academy of Clinical Psychology and in the Illinois Psychological Association. He has over 28 years of experience in the treatment of children, adolescents and adults. He uses individual, family and couples therapy to assist others with a wide variety of presenting issues. He also has extensive experience with psychological testing in the assessment of such issues as ADHD, personality disorders, character strengths and virtues, mood disorders, and psychotic conditions. He combines his psychology training and his 26 years of being a pilot to treat people who have a fear of flying. As one of the founding partners of Heritage, he has extensive management experience and he serves as a consultant to other practices and organizations throughout the state. He also teaches and publishes in the area of professional ethics. Dr. Baird combines practical, sound advice with a hefty dose of compassion, and a good sense of humor thrown in to boot! Read Dr. Baird’s Blog here.
Email Dr. Baird using the web form below or reach him at (630) 325-5300 x226.
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