Dr. Smith-Zoeller is an Associate Director of Clinical Training/Assistant Professor. Prior to coming to Argosy, she was a director of training and clinical supervisor in outpatient community mental health settings. She has administrative experience working in community psychology, not-for-profit settings, program development and grant writing. Her clinical experience includes individual, family, group and couple's therapy, high risk clients, substance abuse treatment, trauma and crisis intervention. She has clinical experience working with urban American Indians, Arab Americans, Latino Americans, African Americans, Anglo Americans, Bosnian refugees, and political asylum seekers from Albania, Liberia, Ethiopia and Congo Zaire. Her interests include culturally relevant, tailored and appropriate interventions, increasing awareness of neocolonialism and multigenerational transmission of trauma, human rights, and developing culturally competent psychologists. She previously worked with the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB) Practice Analysis Task Force to review competency clusters and emphasis for the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP). She also enjoys providing conversational English language practice online to women in Kabul, Afghanistan and Peshawar, Pakistan through the Alliance for International Women's Rights. Dr. Smith-Zoeller can be reached at 312 777-7708 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.