Fellowship: University of Illinois at Chicago, IL (UIC)

Residency: Washington University School of Medicine, MO

Medical University: PECS Medical University, Hungary


Medical Director at Benchmark Psych Services

Partner at Solutions Northshore

Psychiatric School Consultation Special Education - District of Lake County, IL

Psychiatric School Consultant - Glenview North and South High Schools, IL

Psychiatric Consultation for Youth Services of Glenview

Private Practice, Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatry

Medical Director Child and Adolescent Inpatient ,

Rush University Medical Center (previous)

Medical Director Young Child Clinic,

Rush University Medical Center (previous)


American Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Association (AACAP)

Adjunct Professor Rush University Medical Center

Board Member, Illinois Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (ICCAP)

Delegate to AACAP Assembly

Meet Dr. Makki

Dr. Mojgan Makki is a practicing psychiatrist with over 15 years of experience. She is a double board certified physician with the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in child, adolescent, and adult psychiatry. She has extensive experience in inpatient, residential, and outpatient settings, treating a wide range of mental health disorders in children, adolescents, and adults. 

Her areas of expertise include evaluation of patients with complicated medical and psychiatric conditions. Her philosophy of care is to formulate a “treatment plan” based on each patient's individual strengths and their surrounding environments at home, school, and work. She believes that in order to achieve optimal results, all the above dynamics have to be addressed and actively managed.

In her practice, Dr. Makki values collaborating with other providers including school social workers or liasons, individual therapists, and other medical providers who work with the patient. As a medical doctor, with a strong history of work in academic hospital centers, including Washington University, Dr. Makki believes in a thorough medical work-up which can include: imaging, genetic, chromosomal, or laboratory testing. She values the use of psychotropic medication to alleviate intolerable and paralyzing symptoms and stabilize her patients, allowing them to become less sy...

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Child Psychiatry and Child Therapy