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Postdoctoral Clinical Scholar Fellow
Psy.D. in Clinical Forensic Psychology — The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
M.A. in Clinical Counseling — The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
I Treat
Infancy-5 Years Old
5-10 Years Old
10-15 Years Old
15-20 Years Old
Young Adult
Issues I Treat
Step or Blended Families
Divorce / Marital Separation / Post-Divorce Adjustment
Divorce Impact on Children
Custody Evaluations / Custody Issues
Child Behavioral Problems
Parenting Issues
Special Needs Children & Their Families
Parenthood (Transition to)
Child-Parent Attachment Issues
Anger Management
Domestic Violence
Emotion Regulation Issues
Learning Disabilities
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) & Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Cognitive Flexibility / Executive Functioning
Developmental Disorders
Anxiety Disorders
Depression / Mood Disorders
Personality Disorders
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Substance Abuse
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Adoption Issues
Mediation / Conflict Resolution
Adult Children & Parent Relationship Issues
Child Abuse
College (Transition to)
Couples Conflict
Eating Disorders
Families with Chronically Mentally Ill Members
Family of Origin Issues
Life Stage Transitions
Physical Abuse
School Refusal
School Stress
Sexual Abuse
Sibling Issues
Stress Management
Borderline Personality Disorder
Types of Therapy
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Brief Consultation (1-6 Sessions)
Family Therapy
Psychodynamic Therapy

Dr. Soto received her Psy.D. in Clinical Forensic Psychology with a particular focus on court-involved children and families. She has extensive experience with issues related to separation, divorce, child custody and parenting and has a passion for supporting children and families undergoing structural change. Beyond this forensic arena, Dr. Soto has clinical training and experience working with special needs children and adolescents, including those on the autism spectrum and those with emotional or behavioral disorders. She has facilitated groups for both adults (parenting skills, anger management, domestic violence and substance abuse) and children (socioemotional and psychosocial skills building). Dr. Soto works from a psychodynamic theoretical approach, taking into account relational patterns and cycles. In working with both individuals and families, she focuses on interpersonal connectedness and cyclical processes to help conceptualize and effectuate change.

Other Professional Involvement/Leadership Positions
  • Member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC)
  • Member of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Insurance Accepted
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Out of Network Reimbursement
Self Pay