Emily B. Carroll, L.C.S.W.,
received her M.A. in Clinical Social Work from the University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration, and her B.A. in Psychology and English at Smith College. Mrs. Carroll is a Clinical Supervisor at the Juvenile Protective Association and previously served as Program Manager for the Smart Love Parenting Center. She was Program Coordinator of the Emergency Housing Program at the Stone Institute of Psychiatry of Northwestern Memorial Hospital for seventeen years and the Senior Social Worker in adult inpatient psychiatry for eleven years. She has also provided family counseling at United Charities of Chicago, Madden Mental Health Center, and the Court Referral Unit. Mrs. Carroll volunteers for several organizations, serves on two boards, and has presented at numerous conferences and has several publications. She has taught social work interns from Loyola University Chicago and the University of Chicago, as well as interns, medical students, and residents of the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University.
Robert Carroll, A.M., M.B.A.
Robert Carroll's thirty year career in healthcare began in 1977 with the decision to work in a field with the greatest scope for incorporating the ideals and insights of intrapsychic humanism. After receiving a B.A. in History in 1978 from Roosevelt University in Chicago, he received a M.A. from the School of Social Service Administration at the University of Chicago. From 1980 until 1988 he practiced as a clinical social worker on the inpatient units of the Institute of Psychiatry of Northwestern Memorial Hospital. There he saw how the business forces shaping insurance coverage for mental illness had become a pervasive and distorting influence on psychological treatment, theory, and practice. This led to a strong interest in the business structures shaping healthcare in the U.S. After earning an M.B.A. from the Graduate School of Business of the University of Chicago in 1990, he was a hospital planner at Little Company of Mary Hospital and then a strategic financial planning consultant to hospital and physician organizations throughout the U.S. for thirteen years. Since 2005 he has been the Director of Corporate Planning for Children's Memorial Hospital in Chicago.
Catherine Croxson, M.F.A.,
received her BFA and MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Ms. Croxson is an abstract painter who lives and works in Chicago. Her work consists of studies of color and spatial relationships that reflect and embody relationship experience of the human condition. Ms. Croxson taught painting at the School of the Art Institute for several years.
Katherine L. Knight, Ph.D.,
is Professor and Chairperson of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine. She teaches immunology and microbiology to medical and graduate students. Her research in immunology and genetics has been supported by grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for more than three decades and her work has resulted in more than one hundred publications. She served as President of the American Association of Immunologists, an organization of over six thousand immunologists in the United States. She has also served on multiple advisory groups for the NIH and on multiple editorial boards of journals in her field. She uses the principles of intrapsychic humanism in her roles as director of a research laboratory and as chair of her department.
Walter D. Miller, L.C.S.W.,
is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Illinois and Master's Social Worker, Clinical and Macro License, in Michigan. He has conducted a private practice of psychotherapy since 1976, working with children and adults in individual and couples' treatment and offering consultation to other mental health professionals. Mr. Miller served as Executive Director of a regional community mental health center from 1976 to 1986, and developed a hospital-based mental health service program between 1986 and 1992 for individuals and families facing HIV and AIDS. He also consulted with a cancer treatment facility helping clinical staff provide services to patients and their families. Mr. Miller received his master's degree in Social Work at Smith College School for Social Work and has been studying and practicing intrapsychic humanism since 1982. He was a founding board member of the Intrapsychic Humanism Society in 2002. Mr. Miller has also served on the boards of other social service organizations and currently consults with Smart Love Family Services.
Marian Sharkey, Ph.D.,
is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has been providing psychotherapy in private practice for over fifteen years. Dr. Sharkey received her MSW and Ph.D. from the School of Social Work at Loyola University Chicago where she was the founding editor-in-chief of the school's journal, Praxis: Where Reflection & Practice Meet. She has been an adjunct faculty member in the School of Social Service Administration at the University of Chicago and the School of Social Work at Loyola University Chicago. Dr. Sharkey is on the clinical staff in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Northwestern Medical Faculty Foundation, and has worked with adults, children and families in a variety of inpatient and outpatient community mental health and hospital settings in the Chicago area.
Mark L. Steinberg, Ph.D.,
is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (Illinois) and has been in the private practice of psychotherapy for over thirty years in Chicago. He works with individuals of all ages as well as couples, and provides consultation and supervision to other mental health professionals. He has been interested in intrapsychic humanism for many years and has served on the board of the Intrapsychic Humanism Society since it was founded in 2002. He has also served on the board of other professional and community organizations, and for ten years was the Legislative Chairperson of the Illinois Society for Clinical Social Work. He received his M.A. and Ph.D. in Clinical Social Work from the School of Social Service Administration, University of Chicago. He also graduated from the Advanced Clinical Social Work Training Program, Department of Psychiatry, Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago.
Sara Johnson, Ph.D., LCSW
is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 10 years of clinical and administrative experience. She has worked with children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of settings including: a child welfare agency, a therapeutic day school, a substance abuse program, and outpatient counseling centers. Dr. Johnson also has extensive experience coordinating and evaluating services for children and families in the foster care system, as well as providing supportive services to individuals with special needs and disabilities. Dr. Johnson received her MSW and Ph.D. from the School of Social Work at Loyola University Chicago where she has served as an adjunct faculty member. Currently, she is the Director of Training and Professional Development at Smart Love Family Services. In addition, she serves as the School Counselor for the Natalie G. Heineman Smart Love Preschool.
Angela Hunsicker, L.C.S.W.
Angela Hunsicker is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 10 years of clinical experience. Ms. Hunsicker graduated with her BSW from Indiana University and her MSW from Loyola University with a specialty in School Social Work and has worked in a variety of settings including therapeutic and mainstream schools, and outpatient clinic settings, including Smart Love Family Services. Currently, she is in private practice helping individuals, couples and parents. She has been interested in intrapsychic humanism since studying the theory in graduate school and has been using inner humansim in her practice.
Judy Storey Maritato, M.B.A.
Judy Storey Maritato is a market research professional with a core focus on the hardware / home improvement / construction industries. Based in Glenview, IL, she is the Executive Director of Research Dynamics, a research consultancy specializing in business-to-business and industrial market research encompassing diverse methodological and analytical approaches. She is a student of intrapsychic humanism and aims to bring the principles of inner humanism to her business relationships. Ms. Maritato holds a degree in sociology from University of Illinois-Chicago, and an M.B.A. from the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management.