Paul C. Kredow, Psy.D.
earned his Doctoral degree in Clinical
Psychology from Forest Institute of Professional
Psychology-Illinois in 1989. Prior to that he
attained an M.A. in Guidance and Counseling from
Northeastern Illinois University in 1984. Dr.
Kredow completed his predoctoral internship
training in Pediatric Psychology at Michigan
State University’s College of Human Medicine,
Department of Pediatrics and Human Development
from 1988-89 and was awarded a post-doctoral
fellowship at Valley Children’s Hospital’s
Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics
department in Fresno, California from 1989-90.
Dr. Kredow is licensed as a
clinical psychologist in the State of Illinois.
Dr. Kredow’s areas of specialization include
evaluation and assessment of children,
adolescents, and adults with emotional disorders
and attention problems. He has broad experience
in pediatric and medical psychology, helping
families with children with chronic and acute
medical conditions, particularly related to
Inflammatory Bowel Disease, attention-deficit
disorders, and emotional difficulty. Dr. Kredow
is a member of the Medical Advisory Committee of
the local chapter of Crohn’s and Colitis
Foundation (CCFA) as well as serving on the
leadership team and Camp Psychologist for CCFA
Camp Oasis in Waupaca, Wisconsin. He is a
clinical director of the CPS diagnostic and
therapy practicum site for students from
Illinois School of Professional Psychology,
Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Adler
School of Professional Psychology, Roosevelt
University, and Northwestern University. Dr.
Kredow is a member of the American Psychological
Association, Society of Pediatric Psychology,
and Illinois Psychological Association.