Therapy & Treatment
The leading Chicagoland Psychiatry and Sleep Center
Sleep and Behavior Medicine Institute (SBMI), located in Chicago’s north suburb of Deerfield, is one of the Chicago’s leading Neuro-Psychiatry and Sleep Centers devoted to research and application of the most advanced methods in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of sleep, alertness, mood, and performance in children and adults.
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Alexander Z. Golbin, MD, Ph.D
Neurology, Psychiatry, Sleep Study
Dr. Golbin has over 35 years of experience in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of sleep, daytime alertness problems, mood disorders, bad habits and problems of behavior in children, adolescents, and adults. His areas of special interest are parasomnias and other problems associated with sleep, and daytime bad habits.
Serge Sorokin, Psy.D
Dr. Sorokin has a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and Certificate In Clinical Hypnosis. He has been successfully performing psychotherapy and hypnotherapy for teenagers, adolescents, and adults for eight years. Dr. Sorokin earned his Master Degree in Counseling at the Adler School of Professional Psychology, Chicago and was awarded his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology by the Illinois School of Professional Psychology, Schaumburg.
Alex Reynish, Psy.D
Cultural, developmental, and age-appropriate psychological assessment, interventions, and treatment modalities as applied to groups as well as to individual patients, including chronically mentally ill, eating disorders, anxiety and mood disorders, developmental disorders, and ADHD.
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Dr. Golbin is one amazing Doctor and person. My father was a Dr and I’ve met many and he has really stood out as an exceptional Dr for my son and I both. He is super smart, caring and dynamic. He was thorough and explained everything he was doing and why.