Nancy Segall, LCSW

Nancy Segall is a social worker and credentialed Illinois Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist with over 30 years experience working with mothers, children and other mental health professionals. She has an MA from the School of Social Service Administration at The University of Chicago. She is on the Adjunct Faculty of Erikson Institute and The Chicago Center for Family Health and has a private practice in which she works primarily with women who have a Postpartum Mood Disorder. She is a Past President of The Illlnois Association for Infant Mental Health and a current board member.

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Paula Biliter, LCSW

Paula Biliter worked as a social worker at The Virginia Frank Child Development Center where she did individual, couple and family therapy. She trained in play therapy at House of the Good Shepherd, a shelter for battered women and their children. She co-founded and was Assistant Director of The Family Room, a non-profit organization that provided educational and supportive programs to families with very young children. In addition to her work with The Family Room and Beyond the Baby Blues, Paula is a psychotherapist in private practice.


Terri Drews, MSW

Terri Drews is a social worker with over 25 years of experience working with women and children. As a family-infant developmental specialist in the Perinatal Family Support Center at Evanston Hospital, she worked with women with high-risk pregnancies, families with babies in intensive care, and new parents. She served as coordinator and facilitator of the New Mom’s Group, a support group for new moms and their babies. In 2001, she joined The Family Room, a non-profit organization that provided educational and supportive programs to families with young children.

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Ellen O'Donovan, LCPC

Ellen O'Donovan is a licensed clinical professional counselor with 25 years of experience providing mental health services in Chicago-area clinics, agencies, and programs. Her current job with NorthShore University HealthSystem's Perinatal Family Support Center focuses care on women and families coping with high-risk pregnancies, pregnancy loss, parenting newborns in the intensive care unit, and perinatal mood concerns. In previous positions, she has worked as an adoption counselor, provided child and family counseling, and counseled victims of domestic violence. She has a private therapy practice in Evanston.

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Jennifer Batza is a mother and a psychotherapist trained as a licensed clinical social worker dedicated to increasing human resilience and connection. In her work she sees grief, loss, and trauma as catalysts for tremendous growth. In 2018 she will celebrate ten years of working in both inpatient and outpatient obstetrics and pediatrics at Evanston and Highland Park Hospitals. She also supports mothers and families in a private practice and on a mother's hotline. She views psychotherapy as a tool for building resilience, confidence and creative capacity. She loves her job and feels incredibly lucky to witness the peer support and learning women experience through the relationships they build at BBB.


Amy Eisenberg, M.A., LCPc

Amy currently practices as a Perinatal Mental Health Clinician for the Perinatal Depression Program at Northshore University Health Systems and serves as Illinois coordinator for Postpartum Support International. She has a private practice in Skokie, Illinois. 

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Michelle Fisher, LCSW

Michelle Fisher is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 18 years of experience working with children, adolescents, parents and families.  She is trained as a school social worker and has worked at several schools and agencies on the North Shore, in addition to teaching counseling courses at the college level.  Michelle is a Perinatal Mental Health Clinician for the Perintal Depression Program at Northshore University HealthSystem.  Michelle has a private therapy practice in Evanston and Ravenswood.