Annette K. Lacey Psy.D.

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About Annette K. Lacey

Dr. Lacey earned Bachelors Degrees in both Psychology and Theology from Loyola University Chicago, a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology from Illinois State University, and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She draws on interpersonal, systemic, and cognitive behavioral theories. She has sought on-going training in the human-animal bond and continuously reviews and utilizes up-to-date scientific research in this area of expertise.

Innately Interwoven: Foundations of the Human-Animal Bond

“There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.”—Bern Williams   I will always remember bringing my puppy home for the first time. She was two months old, soft, warm, cuddly…and a lot of work!  After two long nights in which she woke me hourly with her little cries, I took [...]

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