Dr. Carroll Cradock, Ph.D., has helped many families in the Chicago area navigate through the storms of the divorce process to a safe landing in a better place.
Based on her skills, variety of services and years of experience, she is able to provide services designed to help each family and individual at any stage in the divorce process. She believes in and respects the resilience of people as they face and steer through difficulties they hoped they would never encounter. In order to accommodate families, she offers both daytime and evening appointments.
Dr. Carroll Cradock
Education, Experience, Qualifications
Dr. Cradock received her masters and doctoral degrees in clinical psychology from DePaul University in Chicago, IL. She is a licensed clinical psychologist in Illinois.
Her commitment to helping families in transition began with her post-doctoral fellowship in 1977 where she specialized in working with divorced families at Ravenswood Hospital Community Mental Health Center in Chicago, IL. Her work led to the creation of a National Institutes of Mental Health (NIMH)-funded program to foster strength and resilience in divorced families.
For many years, she served as a psychologist and in senior leadership at many local medical centers and mental health centers. Current and past memberships and affiliations include:
In addition to her administrative and public policy positions, Dr. Cradock has led organizations serving children, adolescents and families.
In 2007 Dr. Cradock was recognized by The Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) of Greater Chicago as a Hero in the Fight.
Dr. Cradock is also a volunteer consultant at Villa La Paz Home for Sick Children in Chaclacayo, Peru.