B.S. in Applied Psychology, Loyola University Chicago
Pam Baldinelli has focused her practice on working with depression, anxiety, self-harming behaviors, life transitions and identity issues. She has extensive training in both CBT and DBT and incorporates these treatment models into her work with clients. Baldinelli has also trained in EMDR which allows her to specifically treat those that are struggling to cope with a difficult life experience or trauma. Baldinelli's approach is integrative, collaborative and strength-based. She partners with clients to gain understanding and acceptance of oneself, develop new ways of being, enhance relationships and improve an overall sense of peace and happiness.
Throughout her career, Baldinelli has worked in numerous mental health settings in the Chicago area wherein she has had progressive leadership roles. She was most recently the Director of Child and Adolescent Services in which she provided administrative and clinical leadership to a mobile crisis response team and two outpatient clinical teams across multiple sites. Baldinelli has extensive experience in clinical supervision of both staff and graduate students in training.