Rush Pediatric Psychology
Jeannie Aschkenasy, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at Rush Medical College. She received her PhD from Vanderbilt University, completed her residency at Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center, and completed her fellowships at Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center, Piagnet Institute in Switzerland, and the University of Chicago Medical Center. Aschkenasy has clinical expertise in adjustment to chronic illness, adoption, autism, learning disabilities, and psychoeducational assessment. Additionally, she has research interest in meeting health care needs of the underserved populations and is fluent in French.
Michelle Greene, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at Rush Medical College. She completed her graduate education at Virginia Commonwealth University and her internship and fellowship at Rush University Medical Center. She has clinical expertise in adjustment to chronic illness, Brazelton neonatal neurobehavioral assessment, developmental assessment, developmental delay, follow up assessments for preterm infants, psychoeducational assessment, psychological assessment, and psychosocial oncology. Greene has research interests in neurodevelopmental outcomes of preterm infants and psychosocial influences on outcomes of preterm infants.
Michael Nelson, PhD, is the Chief of the Section of Psychology in the Department of Pediatrics. He received his PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and completed his fellowship at the University of Massachusetts. Nelson has clinical expertise in Brazelton neonatal neurobehavioral assessment, gifted children, intellectual assessment, learning disabilities, neurodevelopmental assessment, and neuropsychological assessment. His research interests include the prevention of disability in high-risk premature infants, neurobehavioral dysfunction in children with central nervous system injuries, neurocognitive factors in craniofacial and other congenital syndromes, evaluation of pharmacological treatment of children with fragile X syndrome, and assessment of gifted and talented children.
Services are provided for children and young adults, from birth through 21 years of age. Services include:
Appointment times and dates vary by provider, so please contact us at 312-942-6656 and one of our Patient Communication Specialists will be happy to schedule your appointment.
Are you new to this practice? Request an appointment online.
Have you been to this practice before? You can schedule or cancel an appointment in MyChart with a physician that you’ve previously seen.
If you need an appointment with a non-physician provider, such as a nurse practitioner or physician assistant, you can request an appointment with this provider in MyChart.
To schedule, cancel or request an appointment in MyChart, first log in to MyChart by entering your MyChart username and password in the box located on the lower right of this practice resource site. Once you are logged in, click on the appropriate link listed under Appointments in the left menu.
If you do not have a MyChart account, go to MyChart resources to find out how to get an activation code to sign up for MyChart.
For all practice-related billing questions, please call (312) 563-4577 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For all hospital-related billing questions, please call (312) 942-5693 or visit Rush's online bill pay site.
We accept many managed care and private health insurance plans, as well as government-sponsored programs.
For a list of current plans accepted, please visit the Rush Health website.
© 2013 Rush
Rush is a not-for-profit health care, education and research enterprise comprising Rush University Medical Center, Rush University, Rush Oak Park Hospital and Rush Health.