3145 W. Pratt Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60645
Hours: Mondays 9am - 8pm, Tuesdays 9am - 9pm, Wednesdays 9am - 5:30pm, Thursdays 9am - 9pm, Fridays 9am - 4:30pm
For more information about our counseling services, call 855.275.5237.
Genève Hein, PhD, LCPC, Associate Vice President, Emotional Well-Being
Genève holds a PhD in International Psychology with an Organization and Systems concentration. Her clinical focus has been rooted in trauma-informed care and she is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. She comes to JCFS Chicago from Lakeshore Hospital where she served as Director of Clinical Services overseeing inpatient and outpatient services. Prior to that position she was Director of Therapy and Case Management for Maryville Academy, Scott Nolan Hospital. In her current role, Genève has oversight of the therapeutic day school (Knapp School & Yeshiva), counseling and psychological services for children, adults, teens and families; child welfare services, and programs for the Jewish community.
Edward Loew, Director of Adult, Child and Family Services
Edward is a licensed clinical professional counselor with expertise in helping families and individuals with issues surrounding sexual abuse. He also works with offenders, both in the community and in prison systems. He is trained to testify in court proceedings with children who are wards of DCFS, and in termination of parental rights hearings. Edward also counsels children and adults coping with grief.
Devorah Greenfield, Assistant Director of Adult, Child and Family Services
Devorah provides therapy for individuals, couples and families. She uses a strength-based approach to counseling and provides a safe, compassionate environment. She is interested in the mind/body connection and is open to exploring spirituality and creativity with clients as a method for change.
Stephanie McConville, PhD, Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Stephanie McConville earned her doctorate in School Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at a local therapeutic day school, and completed post-doctoral training at Shriners Hospitals for Children in Chicago. Her areas of interest include psychological assessment, learning, emotional and behavioral challenges of children, and helping children and adolescents manage health and medical needs. She approaches her work with children and families primarily through a cognitive behavioral framework.
Maeghan Anderson, LCSW
Maeghan Anderson is a licensed clinical social worker who has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, families, and groups. She utilizes a collaborative, individualized approach that is client-centered, strengths-based, and psychodynamic. Maeghan works with a variety of clinical issues including family conflict, attachment difficulties, trauma, mood disorders, self-esteem / identity challenges, and developmental delays and disabilities. She believes in fostering a strong therapeutic relationship and safe environment in order to support clients in achieving their goals.
Maureen Grey, CFSWC, Financial Counselor
Maureen works with individuals and families in one-on-one sessions to provide strategies to strengthen money management skills and the ability to make realistic financial assessments of daily expenses. She assists in developing and managing budgets, planning for the future and accessing important community resources.