Dina Glaser, Psy.D

Dr. Glaser is the Senior Director of the Office of Placement and Training (OPT) for the Online & Dallas campus as well as the National Lead for training at the Chicago school. In her role with the online campus, Dr. Glaser serves as the Director of Clinical Training for the Masters of Science in Clinical Psychopharmacology program and the Masters in forensic Psychology program. She serves the Chair of the National Strategic Planning Committee regarding the implementation of national training standards. Dr. Glaser began her career in University Counseling Centers, and she competed her pre-doctoral internship at James Madison University's Counseling and Student Development Center, her post-doctoral fellowship at The University of Michigan's Counseling and Psychological Services, and her employment as a clinical psychologist at The University of Central Florida's Counseling Center. She has spent several years providing individual and secondary supervision to pre-doctoral and practicum trainees. Dr. Glaser also has a strong interest in prevention and education and has assisted in the development and implementation of outreach on multiple university campuses. Along and is responsible for ensuring all continuing education programming follows the appropriate standards and criteria including the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation. Dr. Glaser is the Chair of the APA CE Approval Committee and IPCS CE Advisory Committee. 



Dr. Celeste Harvey

Dr. Celeste Harvey (pronouns: she/her) is a Professor in the Applied Behavior Analysis department. She has been serving children and adults from ages 2 to 100 in clinics, schools, residential, and institutional settings for over 25 years. Special areas of research interest include assessment and treatment of problem behavior, skill acquisition, collaboration with parents, teachers, and caregivers to implement treatment, and improving quality of care for aging individuals to promote aging in place. Virtually every area of research interest in Dr. Harvey's lab includes questions that address quality of life and social validity. Hobbies include: primitive camping, fishing, off-roading in the Jeep (the muddier the better!), survival prepping, cooking, and gardening (with a special emphasis on medicinal plants and herbs).​ 

Collins-Jones, PhD​

Dr. Collins-Jones is the Department Chair of the Clinical Psychology (PsyD) Program on the Dallas Campus of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Missouri-Columbia and her Master of Arts degree in Counseling and Guidance, with a concentration in Marital and Family Therapy, from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. She then went on to complete her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at the University of Oklahoma, with an emphasis in Pediatric Psychology and Clinical Child Psychology. She also participated in an advanced academic training program in child abuse and neglect (Interdisciplinary Training Program in Child Abuse and Neglect (ITP) in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. In addition, Dr. Collins-Jones completed her Post-Doctoral Fellowship and Pre-doctoral Internship in Pediatric Psychology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. She has served in a diverse array of professional roles, both academic and clinical including working as a psychologist for the National Health Service Corps in a frontier area, as a school psychologist in Utah and Texas, and as a faculty member, Department Chair, and Associate Dean of Online Academic Operations for a university. Most recently, she worked at a local children's hospital in their Department of Psychology as a pediatric psychologist and Director of Training. She has a private practice specializing in the psychological treatment of children, adolescents, and young adults with co-occurring medical diagnoses. Dr. Collins-Jones teaches courses in Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, Assessment, Health Psychology, and Pediatric Psychology. 

Dr. Leigh Holman

Dr. Holman is an Associate Professor and Department Chair of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program in Dallas She has been a mental health professional for 25 years in a variety of settings and a counselor educator for masters and doctoral degree programs at multiple universities for over a decade. Her clinical experience, teaching, and research focus on working with trauma and abuse and resulting mental health issues including interpersonal challenges and attachment issues, mood and anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, addictions, and offending behaviors. She has taught in a variety of formats focusing on clinical skills development, classes on creative interventions (play therapy, animal assisted therapy, and sand tray), diagnosis/psychopathology, addictions, trauma and crisis counseling, and forensic mental health counseling. Recently, Dr. Holman published a textbook entitled Forensic Mental Health Counseling, which focuses on a neurodevelopmentally sensitive, trauma-informed approach to understanding and working with survivors of crime including abuse, parents involved with protective services, individual struggling with addictions, kids in foster care, and juvenile and adult offenders. Additionally, she has 19 peer-reviewed journal or monograph publications, 15 peer-reviewed book chapters, 1 video, 9 mental-health related magazine articles, and 92 juried presentations.