Meet Our Doctors

Meet Our Doctors

Ann Barnes PsychologistDr. Ann Barnes, Psy.D., R.D.

Dr. Barnes is a Co-Founder of Barnes & Klatt P.C.   She has been a practicing licensed Clinical Psychologist since 1995.  She gained her doctorate from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology and is an attending medical staff member at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital.  She is a licensed registered dietitian and holds a Masters in Nutrition from the University of Washington.  Dr. Barnes is a member of the American Psychological Association, Illinois Psychological Association, and the American Dietetic Association.

Dr. Barnes is dedicated to assisting individuals, families, and couples to having healthy relationships with themselves and others.  She has extensive experience in the treatment of all eating disorders, including prior responsibility for both the clinical and operational aspects of an in-patient and outpatient eating disorder treatment program.  Additional areas of interest include: mood disorders, adjustment to medical illness, couples therapy, individual and family relational issues, and bereavement and trauma.   Dr. Barnes enjoys leading workshops and presenting on a variety of topics including: eating disorder recovery, mindfulness, body image, stress reduction, and effective interpersonal communication.  She is available upon request to speak at your event.

Dr. Barnes invites individuals to engage in the courageous work of recovery which creates the transforming and transcending process of becoming who they truly are meant to be and creating a life filled with peace, joy, confidence, clarity, meaning, and connections.


img_1938-4Dr. Sylvia Klatt, Psy.D.

Dr. Klatt is a Co-Founder of Barnes & Klatt, P.C.  She is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist having earned her doctorate from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology.  She also earned a master’s degree in clinical psychology from Forest Institute of Professional Psychology and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Northwestern University.  Dr. Klatt is a member of the American Psychological Association.

Dr. Klatt has been in practice since 1995 and has experience in treating a range of mood and anxiety concerns in child, adolescent and adult populations.  She has trained and worked in a variety of settings including: private practice, community counseling centers, schools, day care centers, nursing/rehabilitation centers, inpatient and partial hospitalization programs.  Her areas of interest and specialization include: generalized anxiety disorders, depression, social/emotional development of children, adolescents and young adults, family adjustment, life transition issues, infertility, grief and loss,  women’s/girl’s issues, stress management and health/medical illness adjustment.  Dr. Klatt also volunteers with a breast cancer support group and has special interest in the emotional needs of cancer patients and their families.

Dr. Klatt believes in a supportive, compassionate therapeutic relationship that is sensitive to each individual’s unique needs to facilitate their personal process of adjustment, change and growth.

Dr. Audrey Margol

 Dr. Audrey Margol, Psy.D.

Dr. Margol is a licensed Clinical Psychologist having earned her master’s and doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology from Roosevelt University in Chicago.  She has a bachelor’s degree in psychology and English from Hope College in Holland, Michigan.

Dr. Margol has extensive experience in utilizing cognitive behavioral approaches in the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders with children, adolescent, young adult and adult populations. She also has training in clinical health and rehabilitation psychology and completed her post-doctoral fellowship at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital.   Dr. Margol’s interests include: the treatment of all anxiety disorders, stress management, depression, adjustment issues, health concerns, bereavement, and interpersonal relationships.

Dr. Margol believes that every person can benefit from the process of psychotherapy and insight development.  She promotes a proactive approach to mental health and believes that the process of continuous growth and learning about oneself and others can achieve the optimal level of health and happiness.


Dr. Amy Fayazrad, Psy.D.

Dr. Fayazrad is a licensed clinical psychologist who earned her doctorate and a master’s degree from the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP), Los Angeles, as well as a previous master’s degree in clinical psychology with an emphasis in marriage and family therapy from Pepperdine University. She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in biology from the California State University, San Bernardino.

Dr. Fayazrad has a variety of clinical experience working with children, adolescents, and adults from diverse populations in settings such as a crisis center, college counseling centers, inpatient psychiatric hospital, community mental health centers, forensic outpatient program, and private practice. Her areas of expertise include: developmental delays, anxiety and mood disorders, ADHD, behavioral and regulatory issues, family conflict, LGBTQ community, relationship difficulties, substance abuse, domestic violence, and trauma.

Additionally, Dr. Fayazrad has experience and interest working with active military, military families, and veterans in therapeutic environments. She has also provided in-services at different colleges regarding mental health risks and concerns after deployment, and has conducted research on females in the military and military sexual trauma.

Dr. Fayazrad believes clients can achieve personal success in therapy when provided a safe and consistent environment as well as having therapeutic interventions and techniques tailored to meet the needs of each individual, couple, or family unit.


Dr. Marla Miller, Psy.D.

Dr. Miller is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who earned her doctorate from The Illinois School of Professional Psychology. She is a member of the Illinois Psychological Association and The International Association for Trauma Professionals. Dr. Miller is a board member for Nefesh Chicago, a mental health professionals’ educational organization.

Dr. Miller previously worked as a psycho-educational consultant in the western suburbs of Chicago. She specialized in treating children of all ages who suffer from mental, emotional and learning problems. Dr. Miller has experience supporting and guiding parents as they struggle to understand, and make the best decisions for their children. In addition, she has worked in forensic settings such as The Lake County Juvenile Detention Center. She has administered psychological assessments to incarcerated offenders, led anger management and domestic violence treatment groups, and taught mandatory DUI education.

Dr. Miller works with children, young adults, adults, couples and families presenting with a wide spectrum of clinical problems. Some areas of expertise include: anxiety, depression, mood disorders, special-needs, bereavement, ambiguous loss, transition, aging issues, relational tensions, vocational and work challenges. She is trained in clinical hypnosis and relaxation training, and is certified in mediation.

Dr. Miller’s approach to therapy is integrative, drawing on elements of cognitive-behavioral, client-centered, family systems, attachment, developmental, and existential models of treatment. In working with clients, Dr. Miller takes a holistic approach to body, mind and spirit. She fosters the creation of a warm and supportive environment, in which clients are able to explore, learn and understand, while simultaneously achieving their goals.



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