Marcia Adler, MA, LCSW, was a candidate at CCP and the Dean of Students at the Institute for Clinical Social Work, until her death in 2009. Marcia was a graduate of the Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Training Program of the Institute for Psychoanalysis and was in private practice in Chicago.
Marcia was an artist and an extraordinary individual.
The Marcia Adler Memorial Lecture is held every year in the fall.
500 N Michigan, Suite 1042
Chicago, IL 60611
Libby Bachhuber, AM, LCSW, serves as a group leader and committee member with the CCP Fellowship Program; she also participated as a fellow for three years. She offers psychotherapy for adults in both private practice and community mental health settings, including at Family Service of Winnetka-Northfield. Prior to earning her AM at the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration, she engaged in psychodynamically-informed consulting related to organization development and participatory processes in communities. She also served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Lesotho, Africa, supporting community health and development efforts. One of her core interests is to promote dialogue between psychodynamic, Buddhist, and social justice perspectives.
Bernadette Berardi-Coletta, PhD
180 N. Michigan Ave., Ste. 540
Chicago, IL 60601
3033 Ogden Ave., Ste. 201
Lisle, IL 60532
Bernadette Berardi-Coletta has served as a mentor for CCP’s Fellowship program for the past 3 years and is currently on the CCP Board. She is currently Immediate Past President of CAPP and Membership Chair. She served as CAPP President for 3 terms. As a CAPP Council Member she lead the CAPP Student group for 3 years. Bernadette has been involved in outpatient psychotherapy, psychological testing, supervision, and teaching in various settings for the past 23 years including the training clinic at UIC and the Anixter Center for developmentally disabled adults with mental illness. She has previously taught undergraduate level psychology courses at UIC, and has supervised graduate students at the University of Illinois at Chicago. In her community, Bernadette served on various advisory boards for a suburban school district including the development of programs for gifted children. She has been in private practice for the past 21 years with offices in the Lisle/Naperville area and the Loop where she works primarily with individual adults.
Harris L. Berenbaum, PhD
636 Church Street, Suite 701
Evanston, IL 60201
822 Timberhill Road
Highland Park, IL 60035-5121
Harris L. Berenbaum, PhD, is a graduate of CCP, where he currently a Board Member Emeritus. From 2001 to 2008 he was Chair of the Progression Committee and Director of Training. Previously, he was a Professor of Psychology at the IIT, where he was also the Director of the Counseling Center and the Director of the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology. He has also been a school psychologist and a lecturer in psychoanalysis at Chicago Medical School. He conducted research in psychodiagnostics and psychotherapy, was a member of the Illinois Mental Health Planning Board, and served as a consultant to several community health programs. He has been — and is currently — in private practice in Evanston for more than 30 years.
5555 N. Lake Shore Drive, #606
Chicago, IL 60640
Judith Grimes Bertacchi, M.Ed, LSW, graduated from Erikson Institute for Advanced Studies in Child Development, and served as a trustee for the school from 1991 to 2003. She was a founding member and the second president for the Illinois Association for Infant Mental Health. Early in her career, Judith participated in a psychoanalytic study group on early development, psychological structures, and clinical interventions while working at Virginia Frank Child Development Center. Over her 28-year tenure at the center, Judith moved from staff member to supervisor to director, overseeing therapy and counseling for families, individual treatment of children, an intensive daily therapeutic nursery, and preventive outreach work with center, hospital, and community based infant and toddler programs. In 1994, Judith became a member of the Executive Team at Ounce of Prevention Fund in Chicago. Throughout her career, Judith has been sharing her knowledge and experience with students at Erikson Institute, Institute for Clinical Social Work, the University of Chicago School of Social Work, and medical students in their Psychiatry rotation at the University of Illinois. She is a nationally renowned consultant on Reflective Supervision to agencies and institutions. Judith has also published and edited pieces on Reflective Supervision and Practice for the national organization, Zero to Three. She was elected to the CCP Board in 2013.
1609 Sherman Ave. Suite 302
Evanston IL, 60201
Jeremy Bloomfield is a candidate at CCP. He received a BA in Philosophy from Northwestern University, Masters Degrees in Clinical Psychology from the Chicago and Illinois Schools of Professional Psychology, and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Chicago School. He was a Research Fellow at Northwestern University from 1994-1999 studying psychotherapy process/outcome and service delivery. He taught undergraduate psychology courses at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and graduate courses/supervision in Northwestern University’s MA program. Dr. Bloomfield worked with Trilogy Inc. for 7 years as the Director of Clinical Training, Clinical Coordinator, and staff psychologist. He is currently on the board of the Chicago Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology (CAPP) and has a strong belief in continuing education, peer support and consultation. He founded three long-term, ongoing consultation/study groups and participates in/hosts a fourth group sponsored by CAPP.
Dr. Bloomfield is currently in private practice in Evanston and an affiliate of the Family Institute at Northwestern University.
550 Ridge Avenue
Evanston, Illinois 60202
Julia Brown, PhD, is currently a candidate at CCP and a member of the Board. She also serves as Chair of the Fellowship Committee. As a beginning high school English teacher, she was introduced to psychoanalytic thinking through the Teacher Education Program at the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis. At Northwestern University, where she received her doctorate in 1979, her research was on non-academic variables that foster a love of learning in adolescents at high risk of academic failure. She holds a certificate in infant development from Erikson Institute and is a graduate of the Adult Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Program at the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis. She has a private practice in which she sees adults, adolescents and parents of infants and young children.
Maurice Burke, PhD, was a founder, past president, and board member emeritus of CCP. He received his BS in Engineering from Carnegie Tech and his PhD in psychology from the University of Pittsburg. Previously, he was Director of Psychological Services of IIT, and participated, for many years, in Bruno Bettelheim’s Problem Seminar. He also was a founder and past president of CAPP. Until his death, he was in private practice in Chicago, Winnetka and Northfield.
708 Church Street, #223
Evanston, IL 60201
233 E. Erie, #608
Chicago, IL 60611
Nancy Burke, PhD, is a graduate and faculty member of CCP, where she currently serves as President. She is an Associate Clinical Professor, Northwestern University Medical School. Previously, she had been a Staff Psychologist and Director of Training at the Rehabilitation Program, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, a teaching clinic serving severely mentally ill outpatient adults. While at Rehab, she designed and secured funding to establish the Satellite Clinic of the Rehabilitation Program, which serves homeless mentally ill outpatients. She received her BA in Philosophy from Carleton College, and her MA and PhD in Human Development from the University of Chicago. She maintains a private practice in adult and adolescent psychotherapy in Evanston and Chicago.
180 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 2415
Chicago, IL 60601
550N. Lincoln Street
Susan Burland, PhD, is currently an advanced candidate at CCP. Previously, she was Director of Family Therapy Services at the Martha Washington Hospital Treatment Center, where she developed a therapy program for recovering chemically-dependent patients and their families. She consulted subsequently with the Chemical Dependence Program at Grant Hospital. She received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, and completed her internship and post-doc at Northwestern University Medical School. She is also a graduate of the Family Institute of Chicago. She is currently membership chair of CAPP, and is developing their program for early career professionals. Her clinical interests include depression, trauma and loss, parenting and attachment, relationship problems, and chronic illness. She is also interested in the synthesis of psychoanalytic theory and family therapy approaches, in the integration of feminist theory and psychoanalytic theory, and in mind-body issues in psychotherapy. She has been in private practice in Chicago and Hinsdale for twenty years, where she works with children, adolescents, and adults in individual, couples, and family therapy.
Austen Riggs Center
25 Main St. PO Box 962
Stockbridge, MA 01262-4020
Marilyn Charles, PhD, is a faculty member, supervisor, and advisor to the Board of the Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis. She is a Senior Staff Psychologist at the Austen Riggs Center, a psychoanalyst in private practice in Stockbridge and Richmond, MA, and the author of four books, Patterns: Essential Building Blocks of Experience (2002); Constructing Realities: Transformations Through Myth and Metaphor (2004); Learning from Experience: A Guidebook for Clinicians (2004); and Working with Trauma: Lessons from Bion and Lacan (2012). Marilyn is the current president of division 39, and the co-chair of the Association for the Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society, a member of several psychoanalytic editorial boards, and maintains affiliations with Michigan State University, the Michigan Psychoanalytic Council, and the National Training Program. She has a particular interest in mentoring and was awarded the 2012 Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Development of Early Career Clinicians by the Division 39 Early Career Committee. In her writing, Marilyn has documented the traumatic underpinnings of psychosis. She is co-founder of the Austen Riggs Psychosis Research Study, looking intensively at the narratives, histories, and treatment experiences of individuals who have been labeled ‘psychotic’. She is also an artist and poet, working extensively with individuals who experience creative blocks and researching cognitive and affective factors that may inhibit or help to consolidate creative capacities. A special exhibition of her collages, titled “Fragments,” was exhibited in July 2010 at the George Mason University Gallery and in May 2012 at the Welles Gallery, Lenox, MA.
475 Dunham Road, Suite E
St. Charles, IL 60174
Peter Coe, PhD, is a graduate of CCP. After returning from Vietnam, he entered the University of Chicago, where he earned a PhD in Human Development. His career has ventured into multiple areas–psychotic conditions, substance abuse, and pain management– as well as anxiety, depressive and relationship problems. For twenty-five years, he has had a contract with the Veterans Administration to treat combat veterans with PTSD. In addition, he consults at a nursing home in DuPage County. He is in private practice in St.Charles and Sycamore, IL.
J. Andrew Cole, PsyD, was an advanced candidate at CCP; he was awarded his certification from CCP posthumously. In addition to his work as a psychologist and his presence as an active member of the CCP community, he was the founder of RISE International, previously known as the African Refugee Committee, an international aid organization responsible for the rebuilding and ongoing support of over 100 schools in his native Angola. Until his death, he maintained a private practice in Winnetka, IL. Contributions are currently being accepted in his memory by RISE International.
55 E. Washington Street, Suite 1715
Chicago, IL 60602
Joe Cullen, PsyD, is currently a candidate at CCP and is on the faculties of Northwestern University and the Illinois School of Professional Psychology, where he teaches graduate courses. Previously, he had a 20-year career in teaching, and became a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in 1995. He has a Masters degree in Community Psychology and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology with a minor in Psychoanalytic Therapy from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. He maintains a full-time private practice providing therapy to individual adults and couples.
150 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 2145
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Ellyn K. Daniels, PhD. is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis and serves CCP as a Mentor. She received her AB in Psychology and Social Relations from Harvard University, her Ed.M. in Counseling and Consulting Psychology from Harvard Graduate School of Education, and her PhD in Clinical Psychology from Northwestern University. She completed her internship training at the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Counseling Center. She is an Instructor of Clinical Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, where she teaches and supervises in the post-doctoral program. Ellyn is a board member of Expanded Mental Health Services of Chicago, a non-profit organization dedicated to expanding access to public mental health services. Ellyn is also a member of Division 39 (Psychoanalysis) of the American Psychological Association and she was formerly a member of the board of the Harvard Club of Chicago, where she helped to found the Club’s first social action program. Ellyn maintains a full-time private practice providing psychotherapy to adults, adolescents and couples.
Santiago is a member of CCP’s Two-year Psychotherapy Program committee. Prior to joining that program, he participated in CCP’s fellowship for two years. Santiago is a bilingual psychotherapist working in a group practice in Chicago, where he conducts individual, couples and group psychotherapy. He also has clinical experience in community mental health. Santiago works with adults dealing with the consequences of developmental trauma, as expressed in mood disorders, compulsive or out-of-control behaviors, relationship issues, or existential qualms. He uses a psychodynamic approach to help others develop self-awareness, understanding, acceptance, and growth.
Santiago holds a BA in Psychology, with a concentration in Social Psychology, from Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru, an MBA from the University of Texas in Austin, and an MSW from Loyola University Chicago. Prior to becoming a psychotherapist, he worked for over a decade in the corporate sector, in different marketing research and marketing consulting positions. Santiago is in the board of the Illinois Group Psychotherapy Society, and is a regular staff member of Group Relations (Tavistock) Conferences organized by The Family Institute at Northwestern University.
307 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 914
Chicago, Illinois 60601
5300 S. Shore Drive
Chicago, Illinois 60615
Robert Feldman, MA, LCSW, is currently overseeing the consultation groups in the Fellowship Program and teaching in the Two-Year Certificate Program. He received his MA from the University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration. He has been on the NASW Ethics Committee for over 20 years, taught a case consultation seminar at SSA for six years, and is on the faculty of the Institute for Clinical Social Work. He began his clinical career working as a counselor at the Orthogenic School in the early 1970’S. He is in private practice working with children, adults, and couples.
233 E. Wacker Drive, #1309
Chicago, IL 60601
Lucy Freund, PhD, was among the initial class of graduates from CCP, and now teaches and supervises in CCP’s psychoanalytic and outreach programs. In addition, she teaches in the post-doctoral program at Northwestern University Medical School. For ten years, she was on the faculty of Loop College (now Harold Washington College). She received her BA in psychology from Hunter College and her MA and PhD in Educational Psychology from the University of Chicago. She completed her post-doctoral residency in the Department of Psychiatry at Northwestern University. She has presented papers at several Self-Psychology and Psychoanalytic conferences. She is in private practice in Chicago.
307 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 1013
Chicago, IL 60601
Carol Ganzer is a graduate of CCP’s analytic training program, faculty, and current President of the Board of CCP. She is on the faculty of the Institute for Clinical Social Work, a Lecturer in the School of Social Service Administration at the University of Chicago, as well as faculty in their Professional Development Program. She is a past president of the Chicago Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology (CAPP). She is also Managing Editor of Clinical Social Work Journal and has served on its editorial board. Previously she was Coordinator of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services at Chicago Christian Industrial League and Clinical Supervisor of the Armour Child and Family Therapy Program at ChildServ. She received an MA and PhD in English from the University of Illinois at Chicago and an MSW from Jane Addams College of Social Work. She also has a certificate in advanced psychodynamic clinical practice from the School of Social Service Administration at the University of Chicago. She has presented and published on the application of psychoanalytic theory to practice with vulnerable populations and on issues of supervision and consultation. She maintains an independent practice of psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, and consultation in Chicago.
180 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 1915
Chicago, Illinois 60601
655 W. Irving Park Road, Suite 201
Chicago, Illinois 60613
John Garver is a new (Fall 2014) candidate at CCP. He is a graduate of the University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration and of Yale University, where he received his BA in American Studies. John worked in a variety of direct service capacities at Center on Halsted in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood. He completed a year long fellowship at the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis, two year-long fellowships at CCP, and is soon to be a graduate of CCP’s two-year training program in adult psychoanalytic psychotherapy. He is also an active member of the Chicago Psychoanalytic Circle of the Freudian School of Quebec. He has conducted trainings and presentations for mental health and other professionals on topics such as: working with LGBTQ-identified individuals in counseling settings; survivors of intimate partner violence and childhood sexual abuse; clinical consultation; and integrating Lacanian theory and technique when working with traumatized people. He is currently in full-time private practice in downtown Chicago and Lakeview where he works with older adolescents and adults.
137 North Oak Park Avenue, $403
Oak Park, IL 60301
Peggy L. Gillispie, LCSW, is a 1999 graduate and former Board Member of CCP. She is currently a consultant for LaGrange Park West #40 alternative schools. She received her MA, ACSW and BCD from the University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration. She was employed by Fillmore Center for Human Services from 1976 to 1992. She is currently in private practice in Oak Park, where her special interests are child psychotherapy, intensive psychotherapy, and psychoanalysis.
4170 North Marine Drive, #23E
Chicago, IL 60613
Lorraine Goldberg, PhD, was a member of the initial group of candidates at CCP, and served on its Board of Directors. She was a Past President of CCP, as well as its Direction of Administration. She was on the faculty of Northwestern University Medical School and the University of Illinois at Chicago. She was Secretary and then President of CAPP, and also served nationally for four years as the Secretary of Section I of the Division of Psychoanalysis, Division 39, of the American Psychological Association. She earned a PhD from the Illinois Institute of Technology and completed an internship at the Veterans Administration.
Ruchira Gulati Hantman, M.A., M.S, M.S.W., is a 4th year fellow at CCP. She currently works as a program supervisor for the Early Childhood Project, which is a collaboration between the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) and the Erikson Institute. Ruchira began her graduate training in Clinical Psychology in New Delhi, India and came to the United States to pursue graduate training in Child Development and Clinical Social Work. During her studies, she interned at the Virginia Frank Child Development Center at the Jewish Children Family Services in both the therapeutic nursery and the family counseling clinic. Prior to joining the Early Childhood Project, Ruchira worked as a child trauma therapist at a domestic violence agency in Chicago. Since 2004, she has been working in the field of Infant Mental Health with a special interest in early childhood development, trauma, and parent-infant relationships.
Steve Harp, MFA
Department of Art, Media and Design
1150 W. Fullerton
Chicago, IL 60614
Steve Harp is an Associate Professor in the Department of Art, Media and Design at DePaul University in Chicago, where he teaches studio arts courses in photography and video. He was formerly head of the Media Arts area and department chair. He holds a BFA in Film from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, an MA in Communication Studies/Film Production from the University of Iowa and an MFA in Photography from the University of Illinois at Chicago. In addition to studio classes, he also teaches first year and Honors seminars that explore convergences between literature and the photographic arts.
His visual work most often deals with questions of exploring and expressing the liminal aspects of place, the physical displacement, cultural dislocation and the inevitable visual and conceptual juxtapositions that arise from attempts to represent place not simply physically, but historically and metaphorically as well. He has photographed in and done photographic projects on places as disparate as Albania, Greenland, Iceland, Italy, Norway, Quebec, Russia, Florida, Cedar Rapids, Iowa and Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin. His work has been exhibited and published nationally, with one person exhibitions in Chicago, San Francisco, Cedar Rapids, Iowa and Lake Forest, Illinois. He has also been published in such journals as Harvard Design Magazine, Whitewalls, Dodge City Journal and Zoomscape.
655 Rockland Road, Suite 106
Lake Bluff, IL 60044
Robert Heinrich is currently a candidate at CCP. He received his PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Michigan in 1995, where his primary training was in psychoanalytic psychotherapy. He subsequently worked for several years at St. Luke’s Hospital in Milwaukee treating patients with chronic pain, narcotics dependency, and personality disorders. He is currently a Treating Clinician for the National Football League’s Program for Substances of Abuse. Since 2001, he has been on staff at Northwestern Lake Forest Hospital and has been in full-time private practice.
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
325 North Wells
Chicago, IL 60610
Michael Horowitz, PhD, is a graduate of CCP. Beginning in 2000, he served as President of the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, which, under his leadership, dedicated itself to being the school of choice for Professional Psychology. He is currently President and CEO of the nonprofit TCS Education System. He also serves as a site visitor and consultant-evaluator for the American Psychological Association’s Committee on Accreditation, and for the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. In addition, he is the President of the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology (www.ncspp.info). His professional and scholarly interests include organizational leadership, political advocacy, graduate education and the expansion of professional psychology practice. Dr. Horowitz received his PhD in Clinical Psychology from Northwestern University. He has been in private practice since 1987, focusing on psychoanalysis, intensive individual psychotherapy, couples psychotherapy, supervision and consultation.
45 Dorset Court
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
Mary Ann Jung, LSCW, is a 1998 graduate of CCP. She received her LCSW and ACSW in Clinical Social Work. She served as a Clinical Social Worker Therapist and as a Clinical Supervisor at Niles Family Services from 1977 to 1993. She is currently in private practice in Glen Ellyn and Park Ridge, IL where her particular areas of emphasis include work with individuals, couples and families dealing with women’s issues, parenting issues, marriage, divorce and bereavement.
Yitzi Katz is a member CCP’s Two-year Psychotherapy program committee and a graduate of the program. He is a lecturer in the China American Psychoanalytic Alliance where he teaches Chinese psychotherapists theory and practice. Yitzi is the Co-Founder of the Chicago Trauma Collective organization. Yitzi earned his Masters degree from the University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration, and his B.A. from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Yitzi currently works as a psychotherapist at the Rice Center of Childrens Home + Aid and on the ER Crisis Team at Northshore Hospital System.
307 North Michigan Avenue, #914
Chicago, IL 60611
708 Church Street, Suite 243
Evanston, IL 60201
Adina Bayuk Keesom, PsyD, is a graduate and Past President of CCP, where she teaches and supervises. She has enjoyed her decision to become a clinical psychologist and a psychoanalyst ever since she was introduced to psychoanalytic theory and psychoanalysis in the mid 70s. She is a graduate of the department of clinical psychology and post-graduate school for psychotherapy at the University of Haifa. Following her move to the U.S. in 1985, she received her doctorate in clinical psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. She has a special interest in promoting psychoanalytic education and training. Dr. Keesom is in full time private practice in Chicago and Evanston, where she works with adults, children and families.
30 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 912
Chicago, IL 60602
Oliver J.B. Kerner, PhD, ABPP, was the Founding President of CCP, and served as Board Member Emeritus. He was also a founder of Division 39, The Division of Psychoanalysis of the American Psychological Association, and served in its Board in its early years. In addition, he was the Founding President of CAPP. He earned a BS in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a PhD in Human Development from the University of Chicago. He held Diplomates in Psychoanalysis and Clinical Psychology, and was a Fellow of the Academy of Psychoanalysis and the Academy of Clinical Psychology. He maintained a private practice of psychotherapy and psychoanalysis for over fifty years.
180 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 1120
Chicago, IL 60601-7401
Michael Komie, PhD, is a graduate of CCP. He is a Professor and member of the Affiliate Faculty in Clinical Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. He was an Attending Psychologist at Michael Reese Hospital from 1991-2000. Dr Komie received his MA and PhD from Northwestern University, where he wrote his doctoral dissertation on the topic of career and work problems facedby professional, managerial and technical workers. His long-standing interests include career issues, loss, sexuality, adult life transitions, complex work issues, and illness/disability issues. He has made numerous presentations and taught or been a guest faculty member at a number of institutions, including IIT (where he was a Visiting Assistant Professor), Northwestern University Medical School-Programs in Physical Therapy, and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He has also served on committees and consulted in an advisory capacity to a number of organizations in Chicago. He maintains a private practice in Chicago. Dr Komie is a member of the CCP Board.
Irving Leiden, PhD, served as the original Training Director for CCP. He received his PhD from the University of Chicago and later graduated from the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis, Child Therapy Program. Dr. Leiden was one of the members of the psychoanalytic problem seminar led by Bruno Bettelheim, from which the founding board of CCP was drawn. He was also a charter member of CAPP, and contributed to the early clinical cooperation between CAPP and CCP. He was in private practice in Winnetka, IL.
423 Central Avenue, Suite 105
Northfield, Illinois 60093
847 784-8690 x 1
Alan J. Levy, PhD is a psychotherapist/psychoanalyst with a practice in Northfield. He received his B.A. from New York University (Major: Psychology, Minors: Biology, Philosophy), his M.S.W. from Simmons College (Boston), and his PhD from Columbia University. Dr. Levy’s internship was in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and he has held staff positions in the Departments of Psychiatry at Tufts and Columbia Universities.
Dr. Levy completed his postgraduate training as a certified psychoanalyst at the National Institute for the Psychotherapies in New York. In addition, Dr. Levy has held academic appointments at several universities including Columbia, the University of Southern California (USC) and Loyola University, and served as Dean of the Institute for Clinical Social Work. Dr. Levy has been named a Distinguished Scholar and Fellow of the National Academies of Practice. He also has received the Distinguished Career Award from Simmons College and the Educator’s Award from the National Institute for the Psychotherapies.
Dr. Levy is a full member of the American Psychological Association and its Division (39) on Psychoanalysis, the International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, the American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work, and the Chicago Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology.
201 Milwaukee Street
Port Washington, WI 53074
Jim Lipusch, PhD, is a graduate of CCP. He is currently the Director of Crossroads Clinic in Port Washington, WI, where he practices psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. He has been a member of the Port Washington Schools Strategic Planning group for five of the last seven years, and is a consultant to individuals and organizations with a special interest in Leadership Development. He has a special interest in the study of cost effectiveness in the mental health field. He has been in clinical practice for nearly thirty years, working with children, adolescents, adults, and families.
636 Church Street, Suite 409
Evanston, IL 60201
Nell Logan, PhD, ABPP, is a graduate of CCP. She was a Professor at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology, now a part of Argosy University, where she taught from 1982 – 2004. She worked in the Child Psychiatry Clinic, a branch of the Institute for Juvenile Research and the Department of Psychiatry, University of Illinois Health Sciences Center from 1974 to 1984, serving first as Staff Psychologist, then as Director of the Clinic, and finally as Director of the Psychology Training Program. She received her PhD from Washington University in St. Louis, and did her internship at the Washington University Child Guidance Clinic. Currently, Dr Logan serves on the Board of the Accreditation Council for Psychoanalytic Education (ACPE) and has a private practice in Evanston, IL, where she sees children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. In addition, she sees individuals in psychoanalysis and provides supervision and consultation to students and mental health professionals. Special areas of interest include cultural diversity, development, unhappiness, depression, anxiety, stress, interpersonal conflicts, and communication difficulties, and psychoanalytic education.
720 South Dearborn Street, Suite 404
Chicago, IL 60605
Dale Moyer, PhD, is a graduate and Past President of CCP. He was CCP’s first graduate, and served as its Director of Training for a decade before assuming its presidency. He received his PhD from Ohio State University in 1974, and completed his internship at Judge Baker Guidance Center, Harvard University Medical School, the following year. He was the Director of Clinical Training, David T. Siegel Institute for Communicative Disorders, Michael Reese Medical Center, between 1975-1986. Prior to his work at the Siegel Institute, he served as a psychologist in the U.S. Army during the Viet Nam War, as a 4th, 7th and 8th grade science teacher, as a social worker for the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, and as a social worker in a maximum security prison. He is a Past President and former council member of CAPP. He has a full-time private practice devoted to psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, limited to adults. His most recent publication is a novel based on the letters of Martha Bernays entitled The Flash and Outbreak of a Fiery Mind.
111 North Wabash Avenue, #1222
Chicago, IL 60602
Marianne Nathan, DPsa, is a 1999 graduate of CCP. She received her MA in Social Work from the University of Chicago in 1976, and completed an Advanced Training Fellowship in Clinical Social Work at the Department of Psychiatry at Michael Reese Hospital in 1979. She received her Doctorate in Psychoanalysis from the Center for Psychoanalytic Study in 2004. In the past, Dr. Nathan served as Clinical Director of Orchard Mental Health Center in Skokie, IL, and before that, as Director of Adult Psychotherapy Services at the Fillmore Center for Human Services, in Berwyn, IL. She is currently in full-time private practice in Chicago.
9 Meskin Street
Tel Aviv, Israel
Gila Ofer, PhD has a B.A in English and French literature from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. She has an M.A in clinical psychology from Tel-Aviv University and received her PhD in psychology from Bar-Ilan University, Israel. She is a member of the CCP Advisory Board.
Dr. Ofer is a founding member and past president of The Tel-Aviv Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis. She is also a founding member of The Israeli Institute of Group Analysis. She is on the faculty of both institutes as a teacher and supervisor. She is also a supervisor and on the faculty of the Post-Graduate School for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Tel-Aviv University. She is the past editor and currently an associate editor of Mikbatz, the Israeli journal of group psychotherapy.
Dr. Ofer has published her work in leading journals. Her papers deal with a diverse topics such as: the influence of the analyst’s dreams on the analytic process; the influence of the analyst’s illness on the psychoanalytic process; curiosity; love and hate in psychoanalysis; relational psychoanalysis; gender and psychoanalysis; social unconscious. She has presented her work and taught in Israel, Europe and the U.S.A.
Dr. Ofer is a member of the executive board of the European Federation of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (EFPP). She is also a member of the advisory board of CCP.
The Wrigley Building
400 N. Michigan
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Nancy Peltzman, LCSW, has a psychoanalytic and therapy practice in downtown Chicago in which she sees a diverse group of persons with a range of treatment concerns who share an interest in changing their lives. She also enjoys doing individual and group consultation. She has a certificate in psychoanalysis from the Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis. She is currently enrolled in the Washington Center for Psychoanalysis’ New Directions program for psychoanalytic writers. She has led groups for CCP Fellows and mentored individual CCP Fellows over the last five years. She has also taught the Development course in CCP’s Two Year Program in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, and has mentored in that program. Prior to professional training in clinical social work at the University of Chicago, she did doctoral work in the Departments of Philosophy and The Committee on Human Development at the University of Chicago. She has been a board member of the Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis, and is involved in the Fellowship Admissions committee.
Before coming to private practice, Nancy did master teaching for regional DCFS offices, and was a clinical consultant to staff at a residential facility for transgender and other teen wards. She was also involved in a pilot study whose goal was to impact DCFS staff teaching parenting practices during visitation.
She has given papers at meetings of A Home Within, the Chicago Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology and ISPS.
30 N. Michigan Ave, Suite 1510
Chicago, IL 60602
Dr. Scott Pytluk is an advanced candidate at CCP and a member of CCP’s Curriculum Committee. Having completed his undergraduate education at Brown University, he pursued doctoral training in clinical psychology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. After concluding a dissertation research project on the relationship between early parental bonding and high-risk behaviors among individuals with HIV/AIDS, Dr. Pytluk began his pre-doctoral internship at Michael Reese Hospital. His first post-doctoral position was as a staff clinician and Director of Training in the Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health program at Mt. Sinai Hospital. During that time, Dr. Pytluk became licensed and established a downtown private practice that continues today. Currently, he is also Professor of Clinical Psychology at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Chicago Campus where he coordinates the school’s Psychoanalytic Concentration. Additionally, Dr. Pytluk is currently beginning his second three-year term as Member At Large on the Board of Directors of APA’s Division 39 (Psychoanalysis) and acts as co-chair of Division 39 s Committee on Sexualities & Gender Identities. He also presents and publishes regularly on issues of sexuality, gender, and psychoanalysis.
P.O. Box 11152
Chicago, IL 60611
Karen Latza Randall is an advanced candidate at the Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis. She holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology from Loyola University and is an Associate Professor at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology’s Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology. She is a former President of the Chicago Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology and former Vice-President of the Board of Directors of CCP. She was in private practice in long-term psychotherapy, and psychoanalysis for adults for 23 years.
405 N. Wabash Avenue
Chicago, IL 60611
Peter Reiner, PhD, is licensed both as a clinical psychologist and separately as a marriage and family therapist. He earned his doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, spent his residency at Northwestern University Medical School, and completed the Family Institute of Chicago’s Family and Child Therapy certificate program. He is Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology and has maintained a faculty appointment at Northwestern’s Feinberg School of Medicine for over 20 years. Dr. Reiner was Coordinator of Clinical Training at The Family Institute and faculty at Loyola University of Chicago; The University of Illinois—Chicago Circle; DePaul University; and Michael Reese Hospital, where he received several teaching awards. He frequently teaches, publishes, and presents on the intersection between family systems theory and psychoanalysis; and on teaching and supervising graduate and post-graduate psychotherapists. Dr. Reiner has maintained a private practice for over 25 years in downtown Chicago of psychoanalytically- and systemically-informed individual, couple, and family therapy and clinical supervision. He is a clinical member of the American Family Therapy Academy and of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Dr. Reiner has served on the board of the Chicago Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology and is a candidate at CCP.
Dr. Esther Robinson was, prior to her death in 2000, an advanced candidate at CCP; she received her certification from CCP posthumously. She received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from IIT, and received training in the treatment of alcohol abuse from Lutheran General Hospital. She was in private practice in Chicago.
Neal S. Rubin is a Professor and University Fellow at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Chicago and formerly an Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry, College of Medicine at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Dr. Rubin has been certified as a Diplomate in Clinical Psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Clinical Psychology (AACP). He is also a Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA, D39 & 52) and the Eastern Psychological Association (EPA). Since 2003 Dr. Rubin has served on the American Psychological Association’s United Nations NGO Team at UN Headquarters in New York City. In this role, he works to contribute to psychologically informed global policies, utilizing research-based psychological information and resources pertinent to the behavioral dimensions of human rights issues worldwide. Dr. Rubin is Past President of Division 52 (International Psychology) of the APA and currently represents Division 52 on the APA Council of Representatives. He mentors international scholars as a member of Division 39’s Committee on International Relations in Psychology. He also sits on the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s (AAAS) Committee on Scientific Freedom and Responsibility (CSFR) which promotes the use of science and the work of scientists in the service of human rights. Dr. Rubin regularly publishes and speaks on issues related to international psychology and human rights.
30 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 1914
Chicago, IL 60602
Allan Scholom, PhD is a graduate of CCP and is currently Secretary of the Board. He is a faculty member of the Institute for Clinical Social Work. Dr. Scholom has served as President of the Chicago Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology, First Vice Chairperson of the Chicago Community Mental Health Board, and Founder and Chairperson of the Illinois Coalition of Mental Health Professionals and Consumers. He has been a consultant to individual clinicians, branches of government, school systems, mental health organizations, and businesses. Dr. Scholom has written and presented extensively on mental health and health care policy and practice issues, and on the interface between psychoanalysis and politics, including a workshop on Psychoanalysis and Political Activism. He has taught courses and led workshops on understanding dreams, and currently leads a seminar on Psychoanalysis, Culture and Politics. Dr Scholom has maintained a private practice in Chicago for over 35 years, working with adults and couples in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, and supervising and consulting with professionals and students.
3601 West Devon, Suite #5
Chicago, IL 60659
Peter Shabad, PhD, is a graduate of CCP and faculty member. He is an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Northwestern University Medical School and Adjunct Professor at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. He is co-editor of The Problem of Loss and Mourning: Psychoanalytic Perspectives (published in 1989) and more recently, he authored a book entitled Despair and the Return of Hope: Echoes of Mourning in Psychotherapy (Aronson, 2001). His new book, tentatively titled Passion, Shame and Generosity, will be published by Routledge in 2015. In addition to teaching and supervising, Dr. Shabad has been in private practice in Chicago for the past twenty years.
180 North Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60601
Vivian B. Skolnick, PhD, is a graduate of CCP, where she previously served on its faculty and Board, and Progression Committee. She received her PhD in clinical psychology from IIT. She is also an affiliate member of the Society of the Institute for Psychoanalysis, where she served on the Program Committee. In addition, she serves as a Board Member for nefesh International, and is a member of Division 39 of the American Psychological Association. In her private practice, Dr. Skolnick offers individual psychotherapy, group therapy, marital therapy and psychoanalysis. Dr. Skolnick is the author of The Biblical Path to Psychological Maturity, Trafford Press.
30 North Michigan Avenue, #1928
Chicago, IL 60602
Jonathan Speigel, LCSW, is currently an advanced candidate at CCP and is chair of its Ethics Committee. Previously, he worked at the Adolescent Program of Northwestern Memorial Hospital, and was the Director of the Child and Adolescent Program of North River Mental Health Center. He is a graduate of the Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Training Program of the Institute for Psychoanalysis. He has been in private practice for 30 years, working with adolescents, adults and couples.
333 E. Ontario, Suite 4509B
Chicago, IL 60611
Frank Summers, PhD, ABPP, is a faculty member, supervisor, and Advisor to the Board of the Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis. Dr. Summers is Professor of Clinical Psychiatry and the Behavioral Sciences at Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, Supervising and Training Analyst at the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis. Dr. Summers is past President of The Division of Psychoanalysis (Division 39) of the American Psychological Association. He holds faculty appointments at several other psychoanalytic institutes. Dr. Summers is the author of four books, a best-selling textbook, Object Relations Theories and Psychopathology: A Comprehensive Text, two clinical monographs explicating his theory of psychoanalytic therapy, Transcending The Self: An Object Relations Model of Psychoanalytic Therapy and Self Creation: Psychoanalytic Therapy and the Art of the Possible, and his newest work, entitled The Psychoanalytic Vision: The Experiencing Subject, Transcendence, and the Therapeutic Process. In addition, he has published widely in psychoanalytic journals on these topics, as well as the application of psychoanalytic therapy to character disorders. A member of the editorial board of Psychoanalytic Psychology, and an associate editor of Psychoanalytic Dialogues, Dr. Summers has won numerous teaching awards, including the Distinguished Educator Award of the International Federation of Psychoanalytic Education and the Hans Strupp Award. Dr. Summers maintains a private practice of psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic therapy, as well as consultation, supervision, and study groups, in Chicago, Illinois.
111 North Wabash Avenue, Suite 1202
Chicago, IL 60602
Rita Sussman, PhD, is currently an advanced candidate at CCP. She is on the faculty of the Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Training Program at the Institute for Psychoanalysis (CAPPT) and the Institute for Clinical Social Work, and consults with educational therapists, schools and parents. She earned her PhD from the University of Chicago, and trained as a psychotherapist of children and adults at Michael Reese Hospital and at CAPPT. Her specialty is the interplay between emotional development and learning, and she has an expertise in working with children and adults with learning disabilities and attentional difficulties. She also has interests in psychoanalytic supervision and in parenting through the life cycle. Her private practice in Chicago is oriented towards psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy with children, adolescents and adults.
Johanna Krout Tabin, PhD, ABPP, was a founder, supervisor, teacher, and board member of CCP, as well as chair of the Curriculum Committee. She received her doctorate in Human Development (Psychology Major) at the University of Chicago and subsequently her psychoanalytic training at the Hampstead Child Therapy Course in London under Anna Freud, at a time when psychologists had to look abroad for psychoanalytic education. She continued her training for twelve years in a Problem Seminar with Bruno Bettelheim. She served on six boards connected with psychoanalysis, including the American Board of Professional Psychology (Psychoanalysis) and Psychoanalytic Psychology. She is the author or presenter of over 100 psychoanalytic contributions. In April, 2010, she received the Lifetime Achievement Award from Division 39.
40 Holabird Loop
Highwood, IL 60040
Shirl Tarko-Halpern, LCSW is a graduate of CCP. She teaches and supervises in CCP’s Two-Year Psychotherapy Program. She is also a clinical social worker who has been practicing for 30 years. Her early training included supervision by child analysts trained at the Anna Freud Clinic in London. After leaving the Irene Josselyn Center, where she supervised, taught, and led clinical staffings, she has remained in full time private practice in Highwood, where she sees adults and adolescents.
Sara Todd, LCSW, serves on the CCP Fellowship Committee. She completed the fellowship program in 2013 and completed CCP’s two-year certificate in psychoanalytic psychotherapy in 2015. She brings experience from a variety of settings including community mental health, psychiatric hospitals, long-term substance abuse treatment and with a wide variety of non-profits as a social justice activist. She provides individual psychotherapy to adolescents and adults in downtown Chicago.
1033 University Place, Suite 330
Evanston, IL 60201
180 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 2414
Chicago, IL 60602
Sandra Ullmann, PsyD, a graduate of CCP, came to psychoanalysis with a background in literature and the arts. She received a BA from Lawrence University, an MA from Northwestern University, and a PsyD from the Illinois School for Professional Psychology. She taught French language and literature at Lake Forest College and Barrington and Lake Forest High Schools, (where she pioneered a new methodology for language learning), and psychology at Loyola University-Chicago and the North Shore Country Day School. At CCP, Sandra Ullmann served as Vice President of the CCP board and contributed to many committees. In her clinical work, teaching, and mentoring, she is particularly interested in creativity and its interface with psychoanalysis. She works with a wide range of individuals on issues which may include infertility, aging, adoption, and creative expression. Dr. Ullmann is an artist.
Small Business Association
Jane Addams Hull House
Small Business Development
4520 N Beacon St
Chicago, IL 60640
Tom Ullmann was a Small Business Consultant in the Jane Addams Hull House Small Business Development Center. His most recent work has been in assisting clients in starting their own businesses and growing them. The process involves developing a viable business plan and, often, obtaining capital. Two thirds of his clients are immigrants, refugees, or domestic minorities. He also maintains a small private practice, MicroWorks, with established firms. He presents workshops in Spanish and English in a variety of subjects related to entrepreneurship and financial literacy, often partnering with lawyers, accountants, insurance and real estate agents, e-commerce website developers, marketing specialists, and bankers and non-bank lenders. He developed the course curriculum for the Hull House Spanish Language Entrepreneurial Training Program, Exito Empresarial, and taught it for three years.
Following 35 years in the corporate business world, Ullmann returned to academia to pursue interests in cultural anthropology. His dissertation focused on informal businesses in Nicaragua and Guatemala, where he lived with a family during a 14-month period, ultimately leading to his interest in working with immigrants and other minorities in the U.S. He holds an MBA and PhD. from Northwestern, has served in various positions on the boards of the Illinois State Microenterprise Initiative, the national Association for Enterprise Opportunity, and chaired two committees convened by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago to address the assimilation of immigrants in the U.S.
30 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 1208
Chicago, IL 60602
708 Church Street, Suite 259
Evanston, IL 60201
Mark Virshbo is currently a candidate at CCP. A graduate of the College of the University of Chicago in 1963 and of Northwestern University School of Law in 1966, he received his MSW from Smith College School for Social Work in 1995 following retirement from a career in the practice of law. He subsequently received certificates from the Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (CAPPT) and Adult Psychotherapy Training Programs of the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis. He worked for ten years in a community-mental-health agency practice on Chicago’s south side and for nine years as a staff psychotherapist at the Center for Religion and Psychotherapy of Chicago (CRPC). He’s presently engaged in the private practice of psychotherapy with children, adolescents, adults, and couples
540 Frontage Road, suite 2135
Northfield, IL 60093
Steven Vogelstein, MA, LCSW, is currently an advanced candidate at CCP, chair of the Progression Committee, teacher and supervisor. He has been a Lecturer at the Institute of Clinical Social Work, a Lecturer at the Loyola University of Chicago School of Social Work, and a supervisor and program director at the Josselyn Center. He also provides consultation and training to schools, mental health agencies and private therapists. He received his MA from the University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration, and received post-graduate training in child therapy at the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis. He has a private practice of child, adolescent and adult psychotherapy in Northfield.
803A North Harlem Avenue, Suite 2N
Oak Park, IL 60302
180 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 2415
Chicago, IL 60601
Jessica Wall, LCSW is an advanced candidate at CCP. She is currently a candidate representative to the board, a supervisor and committee member to the two year program and mentor at CCP. Previously, she worked as a staff psychotherapist at the Fillmore Center and staff social worker in psychiatry at the University of Illinois Hospital, on a specialty women’s unit for pregnant women with mood and psychotic disorders. She received her BA from Simmons College and her AM from the University of Chicago, the School of Social Service Administration. She currently maintains a private practice in Hyde Park and Oak Park working with children, adolescents and adults in psychotherapy.
180 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 2201
Chicago, IL 60601
Jennifer Wells is currently a Board Member of CCP and faculty of the two year psychoanalytic psychotherapy program, where she has previously taught a course on dreams. She received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from Kent State University and completed both her clinical internship and post-doctoral fellowship at Northwestern University. She maintains a private practice treating adults and adolescents. A particular area of focus in her practice is the treatment of individuals who have endured sexual abuse by priests, in the context of which she has offered both treatment and testimony.
1655 N. Arlington Heights Rd., Suite 205E
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
708 Church St., Suite 223
Evanston IL 60201
Natalia Yangarber-Hicks, PhD is a Candidate at CCP. She is currently an Associate Professor of Psychology in the PsyD program at Wheaton College. She received her PhD in clinical psychology at the University of Cincinnati in 2002. Her current theoretical and clinical interests include perinatal and postpartum issues and motherhood, integration of psychoanalysis and spirituality, and cross-cultural/immigration issues. Dr. Yangarber-Hicks maintains a part-time private practice in Arlington Heights and Evanston.
651 West Aldine Avenue, #2
Chicago, IL 60657
D. Patrick Zimmerman, PsyD, is a graduate of CCP. He is the Assistant Director, Admissions and Psychotherapy Services, The Sonia Shankman Orthogenic School at The University of Chicago. He received his B.A. in 1963 from Wofford College (SC) and did graduate work in political philosophy at The University of Chicago (1963-1965) He graduated in 1974 from the Teacher Education Program (The Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis) and received an M.A.T. degree in 1976 from Antioch College (Yellow Springs, Ohio). Dr. Zimmerman received his doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology in1986, Dr. Zimmerman is a Fellow of The American Association of Children’s Residential Treatment Centers and Editor of Residential Treatment for Children and Youth (Haworth Press).