John Frampton, Psy.D.

Dr. John Frampton is a co-founder of FPS, and is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist that specializes in working with adolescents and adults with a variety of emotional and behavioral needs. Dr. Frampton has over 15 years of experience serving clients in private practice, school systems as a psychologist and building administrator, and as an instructor.    [Learn More]


Lynsey Psimas, Ph.D.

Dr. Lynsey Psimas is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist with a specialization in pediatric neuropsychology. She has extensive experience assessing children and adolescents in school and clinical settings. Dr. Psimas also serves as an Adjunct Professor at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, where she teaches courses in cognitive, academic, and social-emotional assessment.

Editor, Chicago Psychoanalytic Society News

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Flora E. Lazar, Ph.D., LCSW

Flora Lazar is a psychotherapist and writer with experience working with the mental health needs of adults and children. Flora completed a psychotherapy fellowship at Live Oak, a group psychotherapy practice specializing in LGBTQ affirmative, trauma informed, and multicultural practice. She was a Fellow at the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis and has worked closely in and with schools.

Flora was the founder of a national program to combat bullying in schools and has twenty years of experience working on research and public policy related to the emotional and academic needs of children and families.    [Learn More]

Ivy Jordan, Ph.D.


Dr. Ivy Jordan is a school psychologist and has extensive experience providing psychoeducational assessments. Within this role, she provides individualized and comprehensive assessment services from the intake meeting through follow-up meetings with parents and school teams. In addition to assessments, she provides therapy and educational interventions to address a range of challenges, including ADHD, depression and anxiety. Her interests include family-school collaboration and helping ALL children find success. [Learn More]



Lisa Elliott, LCSW

Lisa Elliott (she/her/hers) is a psychotherapist and clinical social worker with experience working with children (age 4+), adolescents, and adults. Her clinical experience includes psychosocial assessment and treatment of a wide range of challenges including: Mood Concerns (Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder); Learning Differences (including ADHD); Adult and Childhood Trauma; Parenting & Family Transitions (including Separation/Divorce); Pregnancy & Postpartum Adjustment & Mood Concerns; Pregnancy & Infant Loss; Relationship difficulties.  [Learn More]

Craig Hobson, LCSW

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Craig Hobson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 15 years of experience working with children, adolescents, families, and teachers in public schools and community settings.  Craig focuses on making the therapeutic process full of empathy, hope, and fun.  Clients benefit from his training and skill in prioritizing goals for change and finding solutions to struggles.  Craig has extensive experience using Solutions-Focused Brief Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, and the RULER approach to Emotional Intelligence devised at Yale University. His aim is to offer clients the supports needed to make progress in social skills, emotional management, or social communication.

Emma Peck-Block, LCSW


Emma is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Psychotherapist with a range of experiences working with children (4+), adolescents and young adults with depression, anxiety, mood disorders, family transitions, self-harm, childhood/adult trauma, grief/loss, and life transitions. She believes that though we often enter therapy with a story of crisis we stay in therapy to learn to tell a story that is not defined by what is causing us pain but instead by what brings us strength. [Learn More]

Doug Bolton, Ph.D.


Dr. Bolton currently maintains a private practice and consults to schools who are wanting to enhance their ability to support their students with mental health issues.  Through keynote addresses, professional development workshops, and individual consultations to teachers and students, Dr. Bolton empowers educational teams to create school communities that foster resilience for our most vulnerable students. [Learn More]

Kate Frampton, Ph.D. - Business Administrator


Dr. Kate Frampton is a co-founder of FPS as well as the Business Administrator. She has her doctoral degree in School Psychology and has experience conducting psychoeducational assessments and working with children with intense behavioral and emotional needs. Dr. Frampton is currently managing business operations for FPS.  Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions or need assistance.