Tighe O'Connor is the Co-founder of Theory About That.
He has won 9 Addy's for his creative marketing work. After working as a director of operations for a marketing agency, he started his own creative agency and Theory About That, working specifically with Therapists.
He is spending 2021-2022 working remotely across South America and Europe.
Cherilyn Schutze is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Clinical Anxiety Treatment Professional, EMDR trained and Mother of 4 daughters and 2 dogs.
She was widowed almost 8 years ago, shortly after starting her licensure hours.
She recently went into private practice with one of her best friends since 7th grade. It has been her lifelong dream. (started the process in 2008 and finally attained her goal in 2021)
Mary Mannhardt, LPC is the owner at Grace Counseling Center. At age 18, she was a world-class runner with the hope of competing in the first women's Olympic Marathon.
In 1982, she survived a suicide attempt leaving me paralyzed from the chest down. She is the author of two books detailing her recovery journey, Dark Marathon, and Client to Clinician, which will be published in August 2021.
Luna Medina Wolf has a Group Practice for the past five years. She is a qualified supervisor and offer an internship location for mental health graduate students.
Through her work volunteering with Professionals United for Parkland, she received two professional awards in 2018. Trauma work is her passion and life calling.
She is currently pursuing her path as a volunteer with EMDR Humanitarian assistance program to become an EMDR facilitator.
Fun fact: Luna loves dancing and if you drive next to her you might catch her jamming in her car singing out loud.
Kelly Smyth-Dent is the founder of Scaling Up, a place where mental health therapists can receive accessible and affordable trainings and community support to scale up their impact in the field and humanitarian workers can access partnerships, interventions and support for themselves, their staff and their clients.
Aline-Vanya was born in Haiti and raised in Miami, FL. She's an only child of a single mother who passed away in August of 2018.
She originally wanted to be an attorney and changed her course of profession after becoming a volunteer with the Guardian ad litem.
Aline loves homemade chocolate chip cookies and she's currently binging on Greys Anatomy.