Adjunct Faculty, Clinical Mental Health Counseling
, School of Applied Psychology, Counseling and Family Therapy
Margie is a licensed mental health counselor associate who, after gaining clinical experience in the realm of community mental health, currently works with couples and individuals of all ages in a private practice setting.
Margie has always had a passion for story—initially in the space of design/book illustration and, most recently, in working with clients in the mental health field. Working together in trustworthy relationship, she and her clients expand and deepen self-limiting life stories that arise out of struggle and all-too-often fail to encompass personal resiliencies, underlying meaning, and hope for becoming. Margie draws from Existential, Attachment/Internal Family Systems (IFS), Narrative, and Jungian theoretical models.
BA, Art History - Northwestern University
AA, Commercial Art / Illustration - The American Academy of Art
MA, Clinical Mental Health Counseling - Antioch University
- American Counseling Association
- IFS Center for Self-Leadership
"After benefiting from my own rich educational experience at Antioch, I am delighted to remain connected to this vibrant community in a teaching role. My focus is on coming alongside students and clients, alike, as they approach their lives—and learning—with uniquely personal creativity and holistic flexibility."