Dr. Feuer is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist specializing in health psychology. She received her Doctorate at Nova Southeastern University in South Florida, and completed the majority of her clinical training in medical hospitals and outpatient settings. She received advanced clinical training through the Broward Health Medical Center internship program, as well as Loyola University Medical Center’s clinical health psychology postdoctoral fellowship program in the Chicago area. She additionally works as an adjunct faculty member for the PsyD Clinical Psychology program at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Feuer has been a consultant and invited speaker for approximately 20 years for patient communities, health care providers, non-profit organizations, and the biotechnology industry providing education and recommendations on living and working with patients with chronic illness.
Dr. Feuer’s areas of expertise include adults (18+) living with chronic medical illnesses, and has particular experience with clients diagnosed with cancer, cardiovascular, and transplant-related diagnoses. Therapeutic services may include issues such as pain management, treatment adherence, sleep difficulties, general supportive therapy, and/or exploring the deeper meaning of how illness has affected one’s life. Dr. Feuer additionally has extensive experience and ongoing interest in working with people living with rare and genetic diseases. As someone with a background in diversity-related education and training, she aims to provide a safe environment for clients of all backgrounds. Dr. Feuer believes that through therapeutic exploration of the psychosocial issues that can accompany chronic medical illness, clients can learn to increase coping skills, resilience, and overall quality of life.