Susan Sholtes, LCSW, is a CCFH core faculty member who teaches and supervises in the Families, Illness & Healthcare Program. She also supervises in the Family & School Partnerships Program, now at Loyola University School of Social Work, where she is on the part-time faculty. A Licensed Clinical Social Worker, she specializes in individual, couples and family therapy related to chronic medical illness, disabilities and loss; and psychosocial aspects of medical care.
Ms. Sholtes is the Founder of Caring Voices, a proactive support group for persons living with serious and debilitating illness. She is also the Executive Producer of the documentary film, It’s About Living, an intimate portrayal of 5 people’s daily struggles and triumphs living with chronic illness.
Private Practice Location: Evanston
Expertise & Specializations: Individual, couples and family therapy related to chronic medical illness, disabilities and loss