Barbara Berger maintains a full-time practice in addition to being active in the ICSW and social work communities. At ICSW, she has been on dissertation committees and currently serves as vice chair of advancement on the Board of Trustees. In the social work community, she is active on the Consortium Board and in the AAPSCW, where she is on the executive committee and the National Board, and she serves as a liaison to the ACPE Board. Dr. Berger’s areas of clinical expertise are adults and couples, and she is interested in doing more publishing and presenting.
Leah Harp, LCSW, PhD, is an alumni, board member, and co-chair of the Alumni Relations Committee. She co-founded City Elementary.
Lynne Tylke, PhD is co-chair of the Alumni Relations Committee and on the faculty of ICSW. She chairs the clinical curriculum for the distance-learning program as well as teaching the third-year case conference. She also works with students as an advisor and clinical consultant. Her areas of clinical expertise include adult psychotherapy focusing on depression and anxiety, grief work, PTSD, marital issues, and working with adolescents. Her theoretical orientation to practice is psychodynamic and relational work with individuals. Lynne presented at the Joseph Palombo’s Neuroscience Conference – Boys at Risk – in 2015, where she discussed the neurological impact in trauma and this informs the treatment of this special population.
Glynis Kristal-Ragsdale, LPC is a clinician at Jewish Child and Family Services. She works with children and families who are currently or who have previously been in the foster care system. She is a 2017 graduate of ICSW’s Master’s program. Her clinical interests involve play therapy, relational difficulties, therapy outside of office based settings and the relationship between theory and practice.
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