Eliezer Schwartz, PhD

UC Box 
HPC-2, Room 294

Roles and Interests


  • Psychopharmacology
  • Biological Bases of Behavior
  • Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
  • Neuropsychological Assessment

Dr. Schwartz graduated with his BA in psychology and philosophy from Hebrew University of Jerusalem and his MA and PhD in Psychology from the Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago. He identifies as a clinical psychologist with a strong interest in neuropsychology. His other interests include psychopharmacology, health psychology and rehabilitation, psychodynamic psychotherapy, geropsychology, and psychology and spirituality.

Dr. Schwartz has extensive teaching experience in graduate clinical psychology beginning in 1981.  He was a core faculty member at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology for over 30 years. His clinical work in the community has been an integral part of his career, providing individual and family therapy, neuropsychological and general psychological evaluations, consultations to schools and medical facilities, supervision to pre-doctoral interns and clinical psychologists.


  • BA, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, 1973
  • MS, Illinois Institute of Technology, 1975
  • PhD, Illinois Institute of Technology, 1977