Brigid Zarbock, PsyD

Behavioral & Mental Health, Health Psychology

Practices In: Naperville
Patients Seen: Adults
I have a pas­sion for work­ing with patients who are seek­ing to improve their health and well­ness, with a spe­cial­ty in bariatric psy­chol­o­gy, obe­si­ty, and addic­tions. I take a down-to-earth approach and aim to ful­ly under­stand my patients, with­out judge­ment, in order to pro­vide the best treat­ment tai­lored to their goals and health needs. I believe the inter­play between health con­di­tions and psy­chol­o­gy is a com­plex one and I aim to approach patient treat­ment holis­ti­cal­ly, fac­tor­ing in many facets that can impact one’s health and well­ness. I use a vari­ety of evi­dence-based ther­a­peu­tic approach­es to my work with patients, empha­siz­ing the best fit for each patient. This can include psy­cho­dy­nam­ic, cog­ni­tive-behav­ioral, dialec­ti­cal-behav­ioral, and accep­tance and com­mit­ment approach­es. I am also well-versed in 12 step work.
Clinical Interests
Bariatric Psy­chol­o­gy, Obe­si­ty Psy­chol­o­gy, Addic­tions, Psy­cho­log­i­cal Assess­ment, Pre-sur­gi­cal Eval­u­a­tions, Adult Chil­dren of Alco­holics, Trauma
Personal Interests
I enjoy attend­ing the the­ater, read­ing, watch­ing Sci-Fi, vis­it­ing with friends and fam­i­ly, and I am an ani­mal lover.
American Psychological Association (APA) APA Divison 38-Health Psychology APA Divison 50-Society of Addiction Psychology Obesity Society Member
Roosevelt University Graduation Date: 2010 Degree: Master of Arts, Clinical Psychology
Roosevelt University Graduation Date: 2013 Degree: Doctor of Psychology, Clinical Psychology