Clinicians Staff

Dr Laurie Philipps
Dr. Laurie Philipps, Ph.D., FABPS
Dr. Deidre Coulter, Ph.D.
Dr. Tobrina Goldbaum, Psy.D.
Dr. Tobrina Goldbaum, Psy.D.
Amberly Krause, M.A., CADC
Amberly Krause, M.A, LSW, CADC.
Caitlyn Suen, M.S.
Carrie Bracht, M.A.
Carrie Bracht, M.A.
Emma Batson, M.A.
Johnathan E. Brenner, M.A., Ed.S., M.Ed.
Johnathan E. Brenner, M.A., Ed.S., M.Ed.
Kristen Flaws, B.S.
Kristen Flaws, B.S.
Michelle Joos, M.A.
Michelle Joos, M.A.
Nicholas Smith, B.A, BCN, BCB-HRV.
Nicholas Smith, B.A, BCN, BCB-HRV.
Sabren Burns, B.A.
Sabren Burns, B.A.
Sarah Brock, M.A.
Sarah Brock, M.A.
Victoria Limon - M.A., M.S., MPH
Victoria Limon, M.A., M.S., MPH

Administrative Staff

Carla Chantereault, BComm
Carla Chantereault, BComm.
Jan Harty
Jan Harty
Dr Laurie Philipps

Dr. Laurie Philipps


  • Principal, Executive Director.
  • Licensed Clinical Psychologist.
  • Clinical Pediatric & Adult.
  • Neuropsychologist.
  • Clinical Pediatric & Adult Forensic.
  • Psychologist

Dr. Laurie Philipps is the founder of NeuroHealth. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Biological Psychology and English Literature from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan and her M.A. and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and Pediatric Neuropsychology from The University of Iowa. She completed fellowships in the areas of Developmental Disabilities and Pediatric Neuropsychology at The University of Iowa Medical Center, Departments of Pediatrics and Neurology, and subsequently completed her residency in pediatric psychology and neuropsychology at Rush-Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center/Rush Medical College in Chicago, Illinois.

Over the course of her career, Dr. Philipps has held faculty and clinical appointments at The University of Chicago Medical Center, Rush Medical Center/Rush Medical College, Northern Illinois University, the Illinois School of Professional Psychology, and in the Advocate Healthcare System. She also served as the Dean of Students at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Philipps is an invited lecturer at a number of academic institutions and professional societies, and she is a member of the training committee for the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. She has also published numerous original research articles. 

Dr. Philipps is a Fellow of the American Board of Psychological Specialties, with certifications in the areas of pediatric and adult neuropsychology and pediatric and adult forensic psychology. She has been on the medical staff of Advocate Lutheran General Hospital since 1993. She has also held previous medical staff appointments at The University of Chicago Medical Center, Alexian Brothers Medical Center in Elk Grove Village, Illinois, and at Resurrection Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. 

Dr. Philipps specializes in direct school consultation and advocacy for patients at NeuroHealth, assisting children, adolescents, and their families in obtaining and retaining 504 Accommodation Plans, as well as Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) in both public and private school settings. She also provides direct school advocacy for students whose special education needs require a Private Therapeutic Day School Placement.

Dr. Philipps’ areas of expertise include pediatric and adult psychological, neuropsychological, and forensic assessment, as well as treatment and case management of pediatric and adult autism-spectrum disorders, learning disorders, developmental disorders, neurologic disorders, anxiety, OCD, depression, bipolar disorders, and behavioral disorders. Dr. Philipps also has experience and expertise with neurocognitive remediation of executive function and memory disorders. She embraces a systems approach to assessment and treatment, providing both marital and family interventions as well.

Dr. Deidre Coulter, Ph.D., NCSP

Dr. Deidre Coulter


  • Ph.D.
  • NCSP.

Dr. Deidre Coulter, Ph.D. earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at St. Mary of the Woods College in Indiana and her Master of Arts and Doctoral Degree in Counseling Psychology from Indiana State University in Terre Haute, Indiana.

Dr. Coulter started her career working as a school psychology intern at Recovery School District in New Orleans, Louisiana. Subsequently, Dr. Coulter worked as a school psychologist at the Jefferson Parish Public School System in Marrero, Louisiana. Here, she worked with the educational team to determine students’ progress through the Response to Intervention process. She also provided consultative services to educators, parents, and related service providers to determine students’ educational and behavioral needs. Further, Dr. Coulter conducted Functional Behavioral Assessments in order to create customized Behavioral Intervention Plans.

Dr. Coulter continued her career at the North DuPage Special Education Cooperative in Roselle, Illinois where she conducted evaluations with children, adolescents, and young adults. In addition, Dr. Coulter also consulted with faculty, parents, and students to create specialized behavioral plans in order for students to achieve optimal success in the school setting. 

Dr. Coulter subsequently worked at Indian Prairie School District in Naperville, Illinois where she assessed students relative to their academic, behavioral, and emotional needs. She consulted with parents, staff, and students to construct cohesive plans for students to succeed in the school.

Dr. Coulter also provided psychological services at Valley View School District #365U. Dr. Coulter provided psychological assessments and interventions to children and adolescents and also consultative services to staff, parents, and students. Moreover, she served on the Crisis Team providing evaluations and assistance to students in need.

Dr. Coulter also has conducted psychological and neuropsychological testing with adults over the course of her career.

Dr. Coulter has extensive experience and expertise working with children, adolescents and adults with autism spectrum disorder, cognitive concerns, behavioral concerns, anxiety, depression, developmental disabilities, sensory integration concerns, mood disorders, head injuries/concussions, and executive function difficulties.

On the NeuroHealth Team, Dr. Coulter conducts initial intake sessions and also psychological and neuropsychological testing with children, adolescents and adults. In addition, she conducts feedback sessions regarding the results of testing with patients, parents, and families. 

Dr. Tobrina Goldbaum, Psy.D.

Dr. Tobrina Goldbaum


  • Ph.D.
  • NCSP.

Dr. Tobrina Goldbaum Psy.D. earned her Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Clinical Psychology from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California. She obtained a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology at the California School of Professional Psychology in Alameda, California. She then obtained her Doctorate of Psychology (Psy.D.) at the California School of Professional Psychology in San Francisco, California.

Dr. Goldbaum's extensive career first began in California where she worked in a variety of behavioral health environments. She initially worked for the psychiatric emergency service at Tulare County Mental Health, treated patients at Transitions Mental Health, and provided individual psychotherapy for adolescents.

Dr. Goldbaum also directed youth-based behavioral health and psychiatric programs at the Family and Child Guidance and Bernal Heights Summer and Youth Employment Center in California. She subsequently worked at the Tender Lion Family Agency where she provided long-term psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and families, and also administered psychological testing to children and adolescents, generating medical necessity reports and clinical treatment plans.

Subsequently, Dr. Goldbaum worked with Marin County Mental Health in Marin County, California. Where she provided short and long-term psychotherapy to adults with a variety of psychological concerns and participated in rotating shifts in the emergency psychiatric hospital. As a Pre-Doctoral Clinical Psychology Resident at Marin’s Adults and Older Adults Outpatient Center, she continued to work with adult patients. At Marin County Mental Health, Dr. Goldbaum became a Crisis and Group Specialist. Within this role, she developed and coordinated the entire mental health intake system for Marin County’s special education referral system for children and adolescents. She also conducted psychological assessments and created treatment plans for children and adolescents with Individual Education Plans (IEPs).

Prior to joining the NeuroHealth Team, Dr. Goldbaum worked with Wolfson Psychology Services in Deerfield, Illinois as a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, providing psychotherapy, psychological testing, diagnostics, and treatment plans to adults. Dr. Goldbaum has multiple scholarly publications and also has an extensive history of volunteer work.

Dr. Goldbaum has expertise in the area of mood disorders, personality disorders, substance use, autism spectrum disorders, depression, anxiety, trauma, obsessive-compulsive disorder, traumatic brain injury/concussions, cognitive concerns, memory loss, and behavioral concerns, and crisis care. At NeuroHealth, Dr. Goldbaum conducts initial intake sessions and provides individual psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Goldbaum also provides couples and family therapy.

Caitlyn Suen


  • M.S.

Caitlyn Suen earned her M.S. in Applied Cognitive and Neuroscience from the University of Texas, Dallas TX.

Caitlyn also holds a Bachelor of Honors in Psychology and a Masters of Applied Psychology from HELP University in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

In the past, Caitlyn has served as an Autism Therapist at the Autism Care Centre and as an Executive Psychological Analyst at EDUVO Academic and Training Center, both in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Caitlyn has also served as a Patient Care Liaison at Divine Residential Care in Dallas, Texas. Most recently, she was a Neuropsychological Testing Technician and Research Assistant at the University of Texas at Dallas.

On the NeuroHealth Team, Caitlyn provides psychological and neuropsychological testing, formulation of diagnoses and recommendations, and co-leads testing feedback sessions for children, adolescents, and adults.

Carrie Bracht, M.A.

Carrie Bracht


  • M.A.

Carrie earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara and her Master of Arts degree in Marriage, Family and Child/Adolescent Therapy from the California Family Studies Center in Los Angeles, California. Carrie has extensive expertise and experience conducting individual psychotherapy with children, adolescents, and adults, as well as conducting family, marriage, and couples therapy.

Carrie began her career as a psychotherapist providing services at Daniel Freeman Marina Hospital where she worked with adults and then at the New Alternatives Program for Children and Adolescents, both located in Los Angeles, California. She then relocated to San Diego, California where she provided intervention services to children, adolescents, and adults at the Family Services Program and also Bay Recovery Resources. She subsequently provided psychotherapy and consulting services at Promises Treatment Center in Malibu, California to adults with severe anxiety, trauma, and other complex symptoms. Carrie has also served as a psychotherapist and family advocate in the BILY Family Program in Malibu, California, working with children, adolescents, and their families. Most recently, Carrie worked with Lifeworks Global Assistance Programs in the Chicago suburbs where she was involved in developing behavioral health wellness programs for adolescents and adults. Further, Carrie provided crisis intervention services and psychotherapy to adolescents in high school, college students, and adults while at Lifeworks Global Assistance Programs. 

Carrie has extensive knowledge and expertise in the treatment of depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive concerns, mood disorders, behavioral concerns, substance use, personality issues, post-traumatic stress, developmental disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, and social concerns with children, adolescents, and adults. At NeuroHealth she conducts initial intake appointments and also provides individual psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and adults. In addition she provides couples and family psychotherapy.

Cora Fejes


  • B.A.

Cora Fejes graduated from North Central College in Naperville, Illinois with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and was on the Dean’s List for all semesters of attendance. Prior to attending North Central College Cora received her Associate of Arts from Elgin Community College in Elgin, Illinois where she was on the Dean’s List for all semesters of attendance and also a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.

Cora has previously worked as a Research Assistant in the Department of Psychology at North Central College where she collected and analyzed data relative to children’s relationship building with their grandparents. She also provided research assistance and collected and analyzed data relative to improvements in suicide awareness programs in local high schools. Cora collaborated with high school administrators and officials for the City of Naperville in presenting project data and findings to the community. More recently, Cora held the position of Psychology Intern at Heritage Professional Associates in Hinsdale, Illinois where she coordinated new patient intakes and determined patient assignment to clinicians within the practice. She also worked with clinical staff to create care plans for patients with a wide variety of psychological concerns.

Cora has experience and expertise with cognitive anxiety, depression, behavioral concerns, emotional concerns, developmental disabilities, personality issues, and autism-spectrum disorders.

At NeuroHealth, Cora conducts psychological and neuropsychological assessments with children, adolescents, and adults.

Emma Batson, M.A.

EMMA BATSON


  • M.A.

Emma Batson earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Child and Family Psychology Studies with a concentration in Child Development from Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. She then obtained her Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in Child Psychology from Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois. As a Pre-Doctoral Psychology Fellow at NeuroHealth, Emma is currently in the process of earning her Doctorate of Clinical Psychology degree at Wheaton College.

Emma has previously worked as a therapist at Advocate Children’s Hospital in Oak Lawn, Illinois, providing psychotherapy to children and adolescents with a wide variety of behavioral, social and emotional challenges.

Emma has also served as a Diagnostic Technician at Garfield Park Behavioral Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. There she conducted comprehensive psychological assessments, and also conducted testing feedback sessions with parents and families. Emma has experience and expertise working with individuals with depression, anxiety, autism spectrum disorder, developmental disabilities, mood disorders, behavioral concerns, sensory integration concerns, personality concerns and obsessive-compulsive disorder.

On the NeuroHealth Team, Emma provides psychological and neuropsychological testing as well as psychotherapy to children, adolescents and adults.

Johnathan E. Brenner, M.A., Ed.S., M.Ed.

Johnathan E. Brenner


  • M.A.
  • ED.S.
  • M.ED.

Johnathan Brenner earned his Bachelor of General Studies in Psychology at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas, his Master’s degree in School Psychology from National Louis University in Evanston, Illinois, and his Master of Arts in Educational Leadership at Concordia University in Chicago, Illinois.

Johnathan began his career as a school psychologist at the Winnebago Special Education Cooperative in Rockton, Illinois. In this role, he led Special Education Teams, conducted assessment meetings and provided psychological testing and reports. In addition, Johnathan conducted classroom observations and Functional Assessments of Behavior as well as created early childhood interventions and plans. Further, he provided teacher consultations and pre-school screenings as well as psychological assessments.

Subsequently, Johnathan worked with the Northern DuPage Special Education Cooperative in Roselle, Illinois. Here he provided a variety of behavioral and curriculum-based assessments. He also conducted early childhood inventions, preschool screenings, and individual and group therapy.

Johnathan has also worked at Community Consolidated School District 21 in Wheeling, Illinois, the Martin Luther King Magnet School District 65 in Evanston, Illinois, Wescott Elementary School District 30 in Northbrook, Illinois, and Proviso East High School in Maywood, Illinois.
Johnathan has served as a Special Education Administrator at JS Morton District 201 in Cicero, Illinois, as an Educational Specialist at the Community Unit School District 300 in Algonquin, Illinois, as a Department Coordinator at Waukegan Public School District 60 in Waukegan, Illinois, and as a Program Supervisor at Bellwood School District 88 in Bellwood, Illinois.

Jonathan has extensive experience and expertise working with children, adolescents and adults with autism-spectrum disorder, anxiety, depression, trauma, developmental disabilities, traumatic brain injury/concussions, mood disorders, and executive function difficulties.
On the NeuroHealth Team, Jonathan provides psychological and neuropsychological evaluations as well as individual psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and adults. Jonathan also provides couples and family therapy. In addition, Jonathan conducts feedback sessions with patients, parents, and families regarding the results of psychological and neuropsychological testing.

Michelle Joos, M.A.

Michelle E. Joos


  • M.A.

Michelle Joos earned her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with a Minor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She obtained her Masters of Arts in Clinical Psychology degree from Roosevelt University in Chicago, Illinois.

Michelle’s career in the healthcare industry began as a Life Skills Instructor and later, as a Behavioral Health Community Specialist at Little City in Palatine, Illinois, with a focus on optimizing patients’ treatment and intervention plans.

Michelle subsequently worked at Northwest Community Hospital in Arlington Heights, Illinois, where she served as a Behavioral Health Associate and Mental Health Technician. Here, she treated patients in the context of group therapy and also individual intervention. Michelle has expertise working with personality and behavioral concerns, trauma, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorders, autism spectrum disorder, sensory integration concerns, traumatic brain injury/concussions, and developmental disabilities.

On the NeuroHealth Team, Michelle conducts initial intake sessions and provides psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and adults, as well as couples and family therapy. Michelle also provides biofeedback intervention to children, adolescents, and adults. In addition, Michelle provides clinical administrative support to our team at NeuroHealth.

Nicholas Smith, B.A, BCN, BCB-HRV.

Nicholas Smith


  • B.A.
  • BCN.
  • BCB-HRV.

Nicholas Smith earned his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago, Illinois. 

Nicholas began his career at Thomson Memory Center in Arlington Heights, Illinois where he was responsible for administering a wide range of psychological and neurological tests to evaluate cognitive abilities, memory, behaviors, and emotions in children, adolescents, and adults. He also was responsible for analyzing test data, generating reports and providing information regarding treatment planning to patients and families.

Nicholas also previously worked as a Biofeedback and Neurofeedback Specialist at Dr. Laura Janson’s Norris Institute for Neurofeedback. Nicholas has extensive background and expertise in psychophysiological treatment modalities. Nicholas is board certified in Neurofeedback (BCN) from the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA). Nicholas is also board certified in Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback (BCB-HRV).

Nick has significant experience and expertise working with children, adolescents, and adults with anxiety, depression, developmental disabilities, autism-spectrum disorder, sensory integration concerns, traumatic brain injury/concussions, seizure disorders/other neurologic issues, memory and cognitive concerns, behavioral concerns, mood disorders, and executive function difficulties.

On the NeuroHealth Team, Nicholas conducts psychological and neurological testing as well as provides biofeedback intervention to children, adolescents, and adults. Moreover, Nick is the Testing and Neurophysiology Intervention Coordinator at NeuroHealth, working closely with Dr. Laurie Philipps regarding oversight of all testing and biofeedback cases.

Sabren Burns, B.A.

Sabren Burns


  • B.A.

Sabren Burns received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. At Northwestern, Sabren was a Psychology Research Assistant where he conducted testing regarding cognitive learning and human memory with adults. This required him to engage in statistical evaluation, data interpretation, and reporting of results relative to scholarly publication of such research and also for clinical purposes.

Subsequently, Sabren worked as an Independent Data Analyst where he continued to hone his analytic and data synthesis and interpretation skills. Sabren has significant experience with data collection, integration, and reporting.

Sabren has experience and expertise with cognitive and memory concerns, neurologic concerns, depression, anxiety, personality issues, behavioral concerns, developmental disabilities, and autism spectrum disorders.

At NeuroHealth, Sabren provides psychological and neuropsychological assessment to children, adolescents, and adults.

Sarah Brock, M.A.

Sarah Brock


  • M.A.

Sarah Brock obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, from Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee. She subsequently attended Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky where she earned a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology.

Sarah began her career experience at Lee University where she worked as a researcher and contributed to designing and conducting psychological experiments as well as analyzing the results. She has also presented research results at various psychology conferences. She then joined Henry Ford Allegiance Health in Jackson, Michigan as a psychiatric technician. Sarah also completed a psychology internship at Western Kentucky University where she conducted psychological testing and interpreted and reported the results from such psychological evaluations.

Sarah has experience and expertise with cognitive and memory concerns, developmental disabilities, depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive concerns, personality issues, behavioral concerns, and autism spectrum disorders.

At NeuroHealth, Sarah conducts psychological and neuropsychological assessments with children, adolescents, and adults.

Sarah North


  • B.S.

Sarah North graduated from Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. Sarah has previously worked at the Cambium Learning Group in Chicago, Illinois where she conducted research, collected and analyzed data regarding the efficacy of educational products and interventions for children, adolescents, and adults. She also worked at the Resident Health and Well Being Department at Arizona State University where she developed and implemented programs and events for college students focused on sustaining and increasing physical and behavioral health.

Sarah has also worked with children and adolescents with a variety of emotional and behavioral challenges, providing tutoring and other types of educational support.

Sarah has experience and expertise with behavioral and social-emotional concerns, cognitive concerns, anxiety, depression, developmental disabilities, and autism-spectrum disorders
.
At NeuroHealth, Sarah conducts psychological and neuropsychological assessments with children, adolescents, and adults.

Victoria Limon - M.A., M.S., MPH

Victoria Limon


  • B.A.
  • M.S.
  • MPH.

Victoria Limon obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at The University of Texas in Austin, Texas and graduated with honors. She then went on to complete her Master of Science in Biomedical Informatics and her Master of Public Health at The University of Texas Health Science Center, in Austin, Texas. Victoria is currently in the process of completing her Doctorate of Psychology Degree (Psy.D.) at Roosevelt University in Chicago, Illinois.

Victoria’s career experience began at Tropical Texas Behavioral Health Center in Brownsville, Texas where she provided psychological assessment and treatment to adults with substance use concerns. Subsequently, Victoria worked at A Safe Haven Foundation providing individual and group psychotherapy to adults. She also specialized in crisis care, treatment of mood disorders, substance use, and complex trauma.

Victoria then worked at Mathers Clinic in Woodstock, Illinois where she was responsible for administrating, interpreting, and writing forensic psychological assessments. At Mathers Clinic, she also administered neuropsychological assessments to adolescents and adults. Victoria has also worked at the Elgin Mental Health Center in Elgin, Illinois where she provided individual and group psychotherapy to adults with personality issues, mood disorders, substance use disorders, depression, anxiety, trauma, and other psychological psychiatric concerns. Victoria has multiple scholarly publications.

At NeuroHealth, Victoria provides psychotherapy as well as psychological and neuropsychological testing to children, adolescents, and adults.

Carla Chantereault, BComm

Carla Chantereault


  • BCOMM.
  • Marketing Representative

Carla is a John Molson School of Business (Concordia University in Montreal, Canada) graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in International Business and Management. Carla was previously focused in strategic business development and supply chain management. She spent the majority of her college career developing and promoting extracurricular group gatherings, coordinating events and organizing projects.

Carla comes from a multicultural background; after living in several countries including France and Sweden, she applies her diverse knowledge in her everyday interactions and tasks. This has allowed Carla to value collaboration highly due to her acknowledgement and respect of her peers. During her college years, Carla was a Barista Manager at the Global Investment Group in Quebec, Canada, where she managed the cafe’s inventory and oversaw employee schedules. But more importantly, she was responsible for her coworkers and her customers' satisfaction and communication. She also has an extensive background working in childcare and teaching internships, which paired with her abundant creativity, allows her to bring a unique skill set to the behavioral health arena.

At NeuroHealth, Carla is responsible for marketing and recruitment, internal and external marketing communication, event coordination and public relations.

Maddalena Kelly


  • Marketing Assistant

Maddalena is currently completing her Integrated Marketing Communications Bachelor Degree and Marketing Communications MSIMC at Roosevelt University in Chicago, Illinois. Maddalena’s current focus is on design, communication, and branding strategies. Maddalena has worked as a Roosevelt University Humanities Department Student Ambassador which required her to utilize her strategic marketing and public relations and communications skills.

At NeuroHealth, Maddalena is responsible for marketing initiatives and recruitment. 


Santiago Cuevas


  • B.A.
  • Marketing Representative

Santiago Cuevas earned his Bachelor of Arts in Biology, Psychology, and Multimedia Journalism and Mass Communications from Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois. At Augustana Santiago was the Captain of the Varsity Cross Country and Varsity Track and Field Teams. He also was a Senator in Augustana College’s Student Government and was the Sports Editor for the Augustana College Newspaper, the Observer. Santiago has previously worked Vera French in Davenport, Iowa as a Strategic Communications and Fund Development Intern and at WQPT PBS in Moline, Illinois as an Educational Outreach Intern.

Most recently, Santiago worked as a Programs and Communications Intern at Impact Life in Davenport, Iowa, a blood donor organization. In all of these positions Santiago has had to create and implement marketing plans, assist with planning and execution of organizational events, and engage in public relations initiatives for the organization.

At NeuroHealth, Santiago is responsible for marketing and recruitment, internal and external marketing communication, event coordination and public relations. Santiago is bilingual in English and Spanish.

Jan Harty, Administrative Assistance

Jan Harty


  • Administrative Assistance

Jan previously worked at Fellowes Brands in Itasca, Illinois as a Payroll Manager and Human Research Manager. She has experience working in administration, office management and payroll management.

At NeuroHealth, Jan provides administrative support to our clinical and executive team.

Jennifer Llamas


  • Administrative Assistance

Jennifer received her Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies with a focus in Human and Child Development from Long Beach State University in Long Beach, California. Jennifer has previously worked as an Office Manager, Teacher’s Aide, and Student Supervision Assistant at Creative Beginnings Elementary School in Downey, California.

At NeuroHealth, Jennifer provides administrative support to our patients and their families, as well as our clinical and executive team. Jennifer is bilingual in English and Spanish.


Lukas Feldt


  • Information Technology

Lukas currently attends William Fremd High School in Palatine, Illinois. Lukas has worked in information technology for the past two years and currently assists NeuroHealth with information technology needs.


Samantha Gonzalez


  • Administrative Assistance

Samantha received her Bachelor of Arts and Science in Sustainability from San Diego State University in San Diego, California. Samantha has previously worked as an Intern for Environmental & City Planning Advocacy at the Cleveland National Forest Foundation in Descanso, California. She subsequently served as a Closing Expert for Target Corporation. Most recently, she worked as a Real Estate Assistant at ReMax in Chicago, Illinois. Samantha has also volunteered at the Spring Preserve in Las Vegas, Nevada and led recycling workshops aimed at educating children about the importance of recycling and environmental protection.

At NeuroHealth, Samantha provides administrative support to our patients and their families, as well as our clinical and executive team. Samantha is bilingual in English and Spanish.