Women’s Clinic

UIC offers an outpatient Women’s Clinic. The goal of the clinic is to provide expert mental health services to patients who are planning pregnancy, pregnant or postpartum, coping with fertility problems or pregnancy loss, or patients who may be struggling with premenstrual dysphoria or perimenopausal mood and anxiety disorders.

  • The Women's Mental Health Clinic, which has a focus on medication management, operates on Mondays from 1:00pm to 5:00pm. This clinic is mainly comprised of an Attending Psychiatrist, a Women's Mental Health Fellow, Psychiatry Residents, Medical Students, and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.
  • The Women’s Fellow and the outpatient attending psychiatrists also offer additional medication management sessions at various times through out the week.
  • Psychotherapy services are offered by licensed clinical social workers who tailor treatment modality to meet the individual needs of patients. Examples of therapy services offered include cognitive behavioral therapy, dynamic therapy, interpersonal therapy, mindfulness, EMDR, bereavement, and attachment based therapies.