Dr. Robin Kroll, PsyD, ABPP, BCIA
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Board Certified Police and Public Safety Psychologist
Bank The Blue’s Lead Affiliate Clinician
Dr. Robin Kroll is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in independent practice with offices that serve Chicago as well as suburbs in Cook and Lake Counties. She also serves as Bank The Blue’s Lead Affiliate Clinician.
Dr. Kroll has a special concentration in law enforcement, addiction and trauma, neurofeedback, clinical hypnosis, and EMDR. Board Certified in Police and Public Psychology, She works with police officers and other first responders in individual, group, and family settings for issues related to addiction, mood disorders, family and work-related matters, critical incidents and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. She is also experienced in fitness-for-duty evaluations and assessments, police arbitration, and expert testimony.
Dr. Kroll speaks at police and public safety conferences and implements stress management seminars for law enforcement agencies. She also consults with law enforcement agencies and assists with developing Officer Wellness programs. Additionally, Dr. Kroll facilitates a dual diagnosis group program for officers who struggle with alcohol and substance addiction and other co-occurring issues, a critical incident first responders’ group, and a general law enforcement meet-up group that discusses current and on-going issues in policing.
Her memberships include:
- International Association of Chiefs of Police (Psychological Section Member)
- Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police (Psychological Service Committee Member)
- Society of Police and Criminal Psychology
- National Center for Crisis Management: The American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress
BRAVE Wellness Center
Chicago Location: 6323 N. Avondale Ave., Suite 111, Chicago, IL 60631
Long Grove Location: 146 Old McHenry Rd., Long Grove, IL 60047
Dr. Terry Lynn McCormick, PsyD
Former Law Enforcement Officer
Bank The Blue’s Affiliate Clinician
Dr. Terry McCormick has worked within the criminal justice system, both in the fields of law enforcement and clinical psychology, for nearly 30 years. A licensed clinical psychologist and certified mediator with a theoretical approach to treatment based in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dr. McCormick is particularly passionate about addressing trauma in police officers and other first responders. Her focus is holistic in nature and promotes generating efficient coping skills to improve mental health and daily functioning in individuals suffering from PTSD, work-related trauma, substance abuse, anxiety, and depression.
Dr. McCormick earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Law Enforcement Administration from Western Illinois University, a Master’s of Science in 2003 from Lewis University and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Adler School of Professional Psychology in 2011, with concentrations in group psychotherapy and clinical hypnosis.
As Bank The Blue’s Affiliate Clinician, Dr. McCormick not only brings over a decade of experience in first responder trauma therapy, but also over 15 years of actual experience in law enforcement. She served as a Special Deputy US Marshal for the United States Marshals Service for over two years before serving as a police officer for the Cook County Forest Preserve Police Department for 13 years.
Konick & Associates
Orland Park Location: 64 Orland Square Dr., Suite 112, Orland Park, IL 60462
Naperville Location: 3380 Lacrosse Lane, Suites 106-107, Naperville, IL 60564
Bank the Blue is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that provides law enforcement officers with access to confidential mental health treatment and support outside of their departments. These efforts are implemented in partnership with certified mental health providers who specialize in trauma therapy, crisis management, and evidence-based therapies that are oriented for the unique needs of first responders. The partnership between mental health providers and Bank The Blue establishes a network of resources that promote the resiliency and mental wellness of first responders. These partnerships enable police officers to be proactive in their mental and behavioral health.
Clinicians must have specialized training and experience in strategic therapy and intervention techniques for law enforcement officers. Certification in the following psychotherapeutic treatments is required:
- Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PT)
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
To join Bank The Blue’s network of highly qualified Clinicians, please fill out our online questionnaire. After completing the questionnaire, qualified Clinicians will meet with Bank The Blue’s Head Clinician, Dr. Robin Kroll, for further assessment.