Jeremy Bloomfield, Psy.D. is Clinical Psychologist and Psychoanalyst in private practice and an Affiliate of The Family institute at Northwestern University. He received his Certificate in Psychoanalysis through the Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis (CCP) where he is also Visiting and Clinical Associate Faculty. He received a BA from Northwestern University; MA’s in Clinical Psychology from the Chicago and Illinois Schools of Professional Psychology and his doctorate from the Chicago School. He was a Research Fellow with Northwestern University from 1994-1999 researching psychotherapy process/outcome, and service delivery. Dr. Bloomfield was with Trilogy Inc from 2001-2008 as the Clinical Coordinator and as the Director of Clinical Training. He consults and supervises a variety of clinicians and students at The Family Institute at Northwestern, through CCP’s Fellowship Program, and with advanced clinicians individually and in groups.
Psychotherapy is both an art and a science. My 25+ years of clinical experience and 6 years as a Fellow at Northwestern researching psychotherapy, guides my practice. I have been involved in the training of psychologists for close to 2 decades. I work with individual adults and late adolescents on developmental issues, resolving repetitive relational conflicts, issues of intimacy and isolation, trauma, sexual abuse, gender and sexual identity issues, anxiety, and depression.
I specialize in intensive therapy and psychoanalysis with individuals seeking deep and lasting change. I also conduct consultation with both new and seasoned clinicians individually or in group consultation.