Doctor Profile

Greg Stasi, PhD is a 2005 graduate of the Illinois Institute of Technology in which he received his PhD. Over the years, Greg has been published professionally five times and has given numerous presentations on Neuropsychology. From 2004-2005, Greg was an adjunct professor for The Illinois Institute of Technology and taught students new assessment measures for the University of Chicago. In 2009, Greg started the Neuropsychology and Testing Center for North Shore Pediatric Therapy. In his tenure he has helped more than 1,000 kids reach their fullest potential.

• Dr. Greg Stasi specializes in the assessment and intervention of children with neurological, social/emotional, and educational disorders. His particular practice specialties include ADHD, learning disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and working with children with various medical concerns (brain injury, epilepsy, and response to various interventions)

• Prior to coming on board at NSPT, Dr. Stasi was an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Behavioral Sciences at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. He has previously taught graduate and undergraduate psychology courses as an Adjunct Professor at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, Illinois.

• Dr. Stasi has given numerous professional presentations regarding a variety of topics including: ADHD, Learning Disabilities, Executive Functioning, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and Anxiety Disorders. He has recently published a chapter regarding neuropsychological assessment of learning disorders in Principles and Practice of Lifespan Developmental Neuropsychology.

Licensure & Board Certification

Licensed Psychologist (Illinois Board of Psychology)

Teaching Experience

Illinois Institute of Technology-Institute of Psychology
Adjunct Professor
Courses Taught:
Psychology 221: Human Growth and Learning
Psychology 222: Brain, Mind, and Behavior
Psychology 588: Human Learning
Pyschology 545: Graduate Statistics


• Stasi, G. & Tall, L. (2010). Learning Disabilities in Children and Adolescents. In S.J. Hunter & J. Donders (Eds), Principles of practice of lifespan developmental neuropsychology, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

• Stasi, G., Schleser, R., Fosco, A., & Pichler, R. (2003, June). Peer perceptions of children engaged in rough and tumble play: Strength and popularity as a function of gender. Poster presented at the annual convention of the Jean Piaget Society, Chicago, Illinois.

• Fosco, A., Schleser, R., Stasi, G., & Andal, J. (2003, June). Multiage programming effects on cognitive developmental level and reading achievement in elementary school children. Poster presented at the annual convention of the Jean Piaget Society, Chicago, Illinois.