Providing compassionate psychiatric care in the heart of Chicago
Psychotherapist and physician specialized in the evaluation and treatment of women and children from birth through age 12.Contact Dr. Mann
About Dr. Mann
Dr. Andrea Mann is a Stanford and University of Chicago trained child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist with expertise in psychopharmacology and psychotherapy. She is board-certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and licensed to practice medicine by the State of Illinois.
Dr. Mann attended University of California, San Diego where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Biochemistry and Cell Biology. She received a Master’s degree (M.Phil.) from the University of Cambridge in England in Epidemiology, and her medical degree (D.O. or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine) at Western University of Health Sciences.
After attending medical school, she trained in adult psychiatry at University of Chicago where she developed an interest in medical ethics. She completed a one-year fellowship in Medical Ethics at The MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics. She completed her sub-specialty training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Stanford School of Medicine before returning back to Chicago.
Dr. Mann has extensive research experience and has published in several peer-reviewed journals on varying topics.
Dr. Mann has a collaborative and open approach to her work with individuals, families, and couples. She enjoys providing holistic, integrated treatment to her patients and has experience working with a wide range of ages, disorders, and cultural backgrounds. She has a special interest in providing care for young children with anxiety, trauma, and neurodevelopmental disorders as well as pregnant, postpartum, and breastfeeding moms.
With psychotherapy, Dr. Mann helps individuals understand patterns of thinking and feeling that can bring life experiences into perspective and inspire positive change. While psychotherapy is a powerful tool for self-knowledge that can render long-lasting change, medication can also be a useful adjunct treatment. Dr. Mann works closely with her patients to find the right balance and approach for each individual.
8 S. Michigan Ave, Suite 1403, Chicago, IL 60603
Tel: (312) 566-8674
Getting There & Parking
The office is conveniently located in downtown Chicago, across from Millennium Park and the Chicago Cultural Center. It's a short walk to most CTA trains, buses, and the Randolph Street Metra Station.
There is parking in Grant Park North and Millennium Park garages. You can also find discounted parking nearby using the website or smartphone application "SpotHero".
Wheelchair and stroller access is available via the Washington St. entrance.