Our Team


Amanda Slater, PsyD

Licensed Clinical Psychologist


Women’s health
Mood disorders
Life transitions
Adjustment disorders
Mindfulness/DBT skills


Doctoral Degree: The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Washington DC
Master’s Degree: The American School of Professional Psychology, Arlington, VA
Master’s Degree: The University of Kent at Brussels, Brussels, Belgium
Bachelor’s Degree: Roger Williams University, Bristol, RI
Internship: Community Internship Consortium, Pillars Community Health, Berwyn, IL
Postdoctoral Training: MiraCare Neuro Behavioral Health, Palos Heights, IL

Dr. Slater joined MiraCare in 2020. She has had the opportunity to work with patients across ages, race, gender, sexual orientation, and SES; and with a wide range of presenting problems. She has experience training and working in a variety of settings including private practice, neuropsychological testing, a VA hospital, and community mental health. She often uses cognitive behavioral interventions but utilizes an integrated approach to meet patients where they are. Dr. Slater believes that everyone’s needs are different and evolving and is committed to helping facilitate change wherever a patient is in that process. She conceptualizes problems and treatment through a health psychology lens to consider all aspects of health, including emotional, physical, social, environmental, and behavioral, to help patients improve their quality of life and functioning. She believes it is imperative to collaborate with other providers and supports in patients’ lives to find ways that best promote healing.

Dr. Slater loves to travel and work with people across cultures, and values the diversity that makes each person unique. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, cooking, watching movies, yoga, hiking, and running around with her children and feisty terrier.

additional information

  • Location: Palos Heights, Mokena

  • Telehealth: Yes, if appropriate


By working together in one collaborative environment, patients and families benefit from a higher level of listening, bridging and sharing.


With a long history of caring for children and teens in an inclusive manner, family is rooted in the MiraCare continuum of care.