Caroline M. Morrison, M.D.
Dr. Morrison has been a psychiatrist in private practice in Naperville since 1992. She is the co-founder of Naperville
Clinical Associates. Dr. Morrison received her undergraduate degree with honors in Biological Sciences from
the University of Chicago and her medical degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She completed her
internship in Internal Medicine and her residency in Psychiatry at Rush Medical Center in Chicago where she was
Chief Resident in Psychiatry. Dr. Morrison is board certified in Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry
and Neurology. She has been awarded a certificate in advanced clinical psychopharmacology from the American
Society of Clinical Psychopharmacology. Dr. Morrison has been a member of the American Psychiatric Association
throughout her career and became a fellow in May, 2011.
Dr. Morrison specializes in the outpatient psychiatric treatment of adult patients with depression, bipolar and anxiety
disorders, including panic disorder and OCD. She has a special interest in the treatment of women with psychiatric
illness during pregnancy and postpartum and in treatment refractory depression.
Lisa A. Pinto, Psy.D.
Dr. Pinto is the co-founder of Naperville Clinical Associates. Dr. Pinto graduated from Forest Institute of Professional
Psychology in 1989 and completed her internship at Charter Barclay Hospital in Chicago. She has been a Licensed
Clinical Psychologist since 1991, and has 26 years of clinical experience. Dr. Pinto has served as an inpatient unit
director at Charter Barclay and was the Director of Practicum Training and Assistant Director of Internship Training
at Linden Oaks Hospital in Naperville for 3 years. Dr Pinto enjoys supervising young psychologists, and currently
supervises doctoral students at Teen Parent Connection and other community clinics in DuPage County.
Dr. Pinto has been a passionate advocate for survivors of sexual abuse and has led many committees dedicated
to public awareness of the issues survivors face. She has also served as an expert witness in cases alleging
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Dr. Pinto has special interest in working with family members who have lost a
loved one to suicide and helping to decrease the stigma of suicide. Her other clinical areas of specialty include
depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, ADHD, personality disorders and family therapy. Dr. Pinto is warm, empathic
and incorporates humor into her therapy sessions. She is goal-oriented and sees the therapeutic process as a
collaborative one in which all parties involved regularly evaluate goals and progress made. Her practice is limited to
Dr. Pinto is a member of the Illinois Psychological Association and Naperville Sunrise Rotary.
Monica Schmitt, Psy.D.
Dr. Schmitt is a licensed clinical psychologist. She received her undergraduate degree
from Bradley University. Dr. Schmitt went on to receive her doctorate in clinical
psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Her clinical training
sites have included Hartgrove Hospital, Lake Forest College Counseling Center and
Texas Tech University Student Counseling Center.
Dr. Schmitt specializes in treating adolescents and adults who are struggling with
depression, anxiety, and adjustment to life transitions. She has a particular interest in
working with mothers/fathers to be and in the treatment of perinatal/postpartum mood
disorders. Her other clinical interests include couples/marital therapy, gay/lesbian/
bisexual issues and stress management.
Dr. Schmitt's therapeutic approach is warm, accepting, interactive and collaborative. Her
style as a therapist encourages a relationship of trust and a sense of safety for her clients.
As trust and safety in the therapeutic relationship evolves, she empowers and gently
encourages her clients to go outside of their comfort zone to find greater understanding
and meaning in their lives. As a clinician, she sees each individual client as a unique
person. Given this, she tailors her therapeutic approach to each client's needs and to each
Dr. Schmitt is professionally affiliated with the Illinois Psychological Association and the
American Psychological Association. She is also a registrant with the National Register
of Health Service Providers in Psychology.
Deanna K. Weiss, Psy.D.
Deanna K. Weiss, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist who has provided comprehensive treatment to children,
families and adults for over 15 years. Dr Weiss completed her undergraduate degree with honors in Psychology from
the University of Illinois, Urbana and her graduate masters and doctorate degrees with honors in Clinical Psychology
from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. She has completed internship, residency and post-doctoral
training from facilities including University of Chicago Hospital, Chicago Children's Memorial Hospital, Alexian
Brothers Hospital and Tinley Park Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Center (inpatient training ). Dr.
Weiss is a member of the American Psychological Association, the Illinois Psychology Association and the Pediatric
Dr. Weiss incorporates warmth, humor and cognitive/interpersonal and solution based-methods into her practice. She
collaborates with her clients toward the development of meaningful therapy goals. Her training and experience allow
her to thoughtfully assist families in addressing their child's stress, anxiety, grief, depression, adjustment difficulties,
or social skill problems and to treat both female and male adulthood issues related to anxiety, depression and life
stress. Dr. Weiss focuses part of her practice on working with psychological issues related to chronic medical illness
and family adjustment to medical problems.
In addition to her private practice therapy services, Dr. Weiss provides a seminar series to parents, teachers, and
medical/mental health practitioners. Topics are focused within her areas of interest including child psychology, anxiety disorders and medical psychology.
Amy H. Bilka, Psy.D.
Dr. Bilka is a psychotherapist. She received her undergraduate degree with honors from the University of Georgia with a dual Bachelors degree in Psychology and Sociology. She went on to earn a Masters degree and Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. Her clinical training sites have included the International Academy of Design and Technology, the Genesis Therapy Center, Teen Parent Connection, and Gateway Foundation.
Dr. Bilka previously worked in the partial inpatient unit at Hartgrove Hospital working with children and adolescents suffering from psychological and behavioral challenges. She also has volunteered for years at domestic violence agencies and shelters providing support to women experiencing abuse in their romantic relationships. She is a member of the Illinois Psychology Association.
Dr. Bilka tailors her therapeutic approach to fit each client's unique needs. She integrates several therapeutic approaches including psychodynamic, interpersonal, and relational techniques to provide comprehensive and dynamic treatment. Dr. Bilka's clinical interests include gay/lesbian/bisexual issues, adolescent and adult life transitions, relationship issues, trauma and abuse. She specializes in treating teenagers and young adults dealing with unplanned pregnancy and women currently in abusive relationships as well as survivors of domestic violence. Dr. Bilka incorporates warmth, empathy, humor and insight-oriented methods into her practice. She views the therapeutic process as a collaborative one in which the therapist offers understanding and support, providing the client with the space to develop a deeper understanding of his or her self and the courage to work toward change.
Meghan Grzetich, MS, LMFT
Meghan Grzetich, MS, LMFT is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist whose specialized
background enables her to provide useful and systemic therapy services to her clients. Meghan received her undergraduate degree in Applied Child and Family Studies at Northern
Illinois University and then went on to complete a Masters program in Marriage and Family
Therapy also at NIU.
Meghan has an array of clinical experience with childhood mental illness, family therapy,
and couples therapy which includes her work at The Gateway Foundation and also within a
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault organization where she provided support and advocacy to
survivors. Prior to these work experiences, Meghan completed an internship at a
community agency helping children and adults and a practicum at the Family Center of NIU.
She has specialized training in an Evidenced Based Parent Management Skills Program which
background allows her to assist parents in learning effective ways of handling pediatric non-
compliant, aggressive, & inattentive behaviors. The program focus is about building the parent-
child relationship & increasing positive behaviors in children.
Meghan enjoys working with individuals, families and couples and utilizes a genuine and
compassionate approach, to create a comfortable atmosphere in which each person feels safe and
understood. She uses humor, warmth, and encouragement to help clients learn about themselves
and get what they need out of therapy to make the lasting changes they are looking for.