Steven Farmilant, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice in Chicago, IL. He earned Master of Arts and Doctor of Psychology degrees from the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Chicago. He works with individuals of all ages, cultural and social backgrounds, and presenting problems.

Dr. Farmilant provides therapy and psychological evaluations, including Adlerian Life Style and Couples Matching, forensic, child custody, educational, fitness, and competency evaluations. His written reports are also based in Adlerian theory, describing not only the goals of a person’s behavior, but a functional analysis of how those goals are met through the use of the individual’s unique style.

Dr. Farmilant was the Director of Family Services at the American Indian Health Service (AIHS) from 1999 to 2003. With funding from the Illinois Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities, he worked with the Native American community to bring a campaign to Springfield, Illinois to improve services for Native Americans with disabilities throughout the state, testifying before the Human Services Appropriations Committee as to the social, economic, and medical issues plaguing the community.

Dr. Farmilant is a seasoned presenter and teacher. Through his unique style of wit and wisdom, he crafts delightful stories that amuse as they educate his audience on any number of subjects. His ability to explain complex subjects in simple terms is entertaining and informative.

His curriculm vitae can be found here