Meredith Glick (she/her), LCSW, has a private practice in Chicago’s Lincoln Square neighborhood.  She is committed to treating a range of dissociative and trauma disorders.  Meredith Glick is a board member of a local chapter of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation and provides consultation to therapists in the field.  She has provided trauma training to not for profit agencies and currently is an adjunct faculty member of the Trauma Consultation Training Program at Womencare.

Beth Katz (she/her), MS, EdM, LCPC, CT is the founder of The Dove Center in Evanston.  She is an integrative, relational therapist whose clinical expertise includes trauma, grief and loss, complicated mourning and childhood issues including attachment, divorce, social development, self-esteem and identity.  In addition, she facilitates workshops and presents nationally on the topics of childhood grief and complicated mourning; and provides ongoing consultation and clinical supervision to mental health, medical and school professionals.

Janet Migdow (she/her), PhD, LCPC is a relational psychodynamic clinician, founder of Options Counseling, and co-founder of the Trauma Consultation Training Program She has been in private practice for 40 years, specializing in the treatment of trauma survivors and those with dissociative spectrum disorders.

Dr. Migdow provides supervision, training and consultation to individual practitioners and social service agencies in the clinical treatment of the pervasive injuries which arise in the wake of traumatic experience.  As President of the Illinois Chapter of ISSTD, she facilitates consultation and training for clinicians working with patients presenting with dissociative identity disorder.

John Sykes (he/they), MSW, LCSW is the owner of According to Sykes, a private practice located in Chicago’s Hyde Park community. According to Sykes is a culturally responsive mental health provider that focuses on advancing anti-racism, social justice and anti-oppression. John and the other associates work with individuals, families and communities impacted by the complexities of traumatic life events. He uses an integrative approach as the vehicle to facilitate healing and critically reflective spaces. Body-centered, play therapy, mindfulness-informed, and systemic models are approaches used in his practice.