Ari Graff, Psy.D.
Ari is a licensed clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist. He received his doctorate from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology and completed the postdoctoral neuropsychology program of the Fielding Institute.
Ari has practiced in a range of residential, medical, and school settings, and he enjoys collaborating with schools, medical providers, psychotherapists, and learning specialists. He has had a private practice since 2006, providing neuropsychological evaluation, school consultation, and individually-tailored treatment recommendations for children, adolescents, and adults. Ari has experience working with a wide range of developmental disorders and medical conditions. In his practice, he specializes in working with students with learning, attention, and memory concerns.
In addition to clarifying the nature of clients’ challenges, Ari feels that the evaluation process can result in clients achieving a better understanding of their own strengths and identifying next steps necessary to meeting their goals.
Ari is also a provider of Cogmed Working Memory Training, a computer program for improving working memory. In addition, he is the psychologist on the Patient Recovery Unit at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago.
In his free time, Ari enjoys cooking with his wife and training for marathons.