Marla Vannucci, PhD
Marla Vannucci, PhD is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist (IL 071-006033) and an Associate Professor at Adler University. She received her MA and PhD in Counseling Psychology from Northwestern University, and her BA in psychology from New York University. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings, including college counseling, community mental health, inpatient psychiatric, hospital/primary care, residential, and private practice. Her clinical specialties include couples therapy, women's health/maternal mental health, life transitions, interpersonal and relationship issues, parenting, trauma, and work/career issues. In addition, Dr. Vannucci brings expertise in organizational consultation, including designing healthy workplaces, leadership and employee development, and coaching. Dr. Vannucci is a Certified Positive Discipline Parenting and Classroom Educator. She has been featured on WBEZ and Mom Talk Radio, and in publications, such as The Economist, Parenting.com, Bustle.com, and OncologyTimes discussing parenting and family issues, trauma and disaster response, and social media. She contributed a chapter about increasing mindfulness and engagement in our daily lives to the award-winning book B is for Balance, 2nd Edition: 12 Steps toward a More Balanced Life at Home and at Work.
Monica Holliday, PsyD
Monica Holliday, PsyD, is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who brings unique expertise in working with families in a variety of settings, including community mental health, school, hospital, veteran center, and private and group practice. Dr. Holliday completed her doctorate at the Adler School of Professional Psychology, with a concentration in childhood and adolescence. She received her MA in Counseling Psychology from the Adler School and her BA in Sociology from Northwestern University. Beyond her specialty in working with younger clients and their families, Dr. Holliday has extensive experience working with adult populations, especially related to mood and anxiety disorders, anger management, grief, life transitions, and a range of family and interpersonal issues, both with individuals and couples. Dr. Holliday has focused training in Cognitive-Restructuring Therapy and trauma-informed therapies, and she brings a substantial background in parenting and parent training. She is a Certified Positive Discipline Parenting and Classroom Educator, and she regularly facilitates parenting classes in the Chicago community.
Christy Reh, PsyD completed her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at the Adler School of Professional Psychology and her bachelor’s at DePaul University. Dr. Reh has received training in a variety of settings including hospital/primary care, community mental health, university counseling, forensic, and secondary school settings. Her clinical specializations include depression, anxiety, trauma, life transition issues, women’s issues, and interpersonal issues. In addition, Dr. Reh has received specialized training in the treatment of eating disorders utilizing Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. In addition to her clinical experience, Dr. Reh has experience conducting institutional and organizational program evaluations, staff and personnel conflict management, and has served as an executive coach.
Mandi Ginsburg, PsyD
Mandi Ginsburg, PsyD completed her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at Adler University and her bachelors degree at the University of Florida. Dr. Ginsburg has worked primarily in educational settings, including a therapeutic day school and university counseling centers. Her clinical specializations focus on life events and transitions, trauma, relationship concerns, and emerging adulthood. Dr. Ginsburg has also collaborated on multidisciplinary teams treating eating disorders and body image concerns. In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Ginsburg is a Certified Instructor in QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer), a program that aims to teach communities suicide prevention interventions.