Dr. Daniel Kaplan is a licensed clinical psychologist providing individual and couples therapy psychotherapy and counseling in Chicago downtown and Ravenswood 60613, 60618, 60601, 60602

Daniel Kaplan, Ph.D.
Chicago
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Dr. Daniel Kaplan is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in treating adolesents, adults and couples. Areas of expertise include treatment for depression, anxiety, grief, adjustment issues, life transitions, relationship break-ups and divorce.  

Dr. Kaplan has more than 20 years of experience working with clients in a variety of settings.  Clients have included professionals, artists, actors, musicians, and high school, college and graduate students.  Dr. Kaplan has worked with clients from the U.S. and around the globe including Africa, the Middle East, Europe, Asia, South America and Latin America.

Dr. Kaplan is the former director of the Illinois Institute of Technology Counseling Center and the former clinical director of the School of the Art Institute Counseling Services. He completed his post-doctoral fellowship at Northwestern University Counseling and Psychological Services, and his internship at the University of Illinois at Chicago Counseling Center. His clinical training also includes working with clients at Michael Reese Hospital, Cook County Hospital, and the Office of Applied Psychological Services at University of Illinois at Chicago.  Dr. Kaplan earned his B.A. from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and both his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
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Ph.D. Dissertation:
A Typological Study of Cross-Sex Friendship

M.A. Thesis:
Self-Disclosure and Sexual Attraction in Heterosexual Cross-sex Platonic Friendships


Publications:

Journals:
Kaplan, D., Hernandez, B., Balcazar, F., Keys, C., McCullough, S. (2001). Assessing and improving accessibility of public accommodations in an urban Latino community. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 12 (1), 55-62.

Balcazar, F., Keys, C., Kaplan, D., & Suarez-Balcazar, Y. (1998). Participatory action research and people with disabilities: Principles and challenges. Canadian Journal of Rehabilitation, 12 (2), 105-112.

Kaplan, D., Keys, C. (1997). Sex and relationship variables as predictors of sexual attraction in cross-sex platonic friendships between young heterosexual adults. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 14 (2), 191-206.


Monographs and Newsletter Articles:
Balcazar, F. E., Kaplan, D., & Hernandez, B. (1997). Community capacity building for disability rights: The Latino ADA project. Institute on Disability and Human Development Alert, 8 (3),6-9.

Kaplan, D., Balcazar, F., Keys, C., Suarez-Balcazar, Y., Hernandez, B., Gomez, Y., and Mendez, J. (1997) Community capacity building for disability rights: The Latino ADA project. The Community Psychologist, 30 (1).


Technical Manuals:
Kaplan, D., Balcazar, F., Keys, C., Hernandez, B., Gomez, Y., Contreras, R., Mendez, J., Lloyd, M., Koerner, M., & Przybyla, V. (1997). Increasing ADA implementation in your neighborhood: How to conduct physical accessibility surveys and provide feedback to business owners and facility managers. Institute on Disability and Human Development, University of Illinois at Chicago.

Kaplan, D., Balcazar, F., Keys, C., Hernandez, B., Gomez, Y., & Przybyla, V. (1997). Guidelines for using the short accessibility evaluation form: Improving the accessibility of public places. Institute on Disability and Human Development, University of Illinois at Chicago.