Penelope Asay, Psy.D. is an Associate Professor and Clinical Psychology faculty member at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Chicago (ISPP, Chicago). Dr. Asay has extensive experience working in university settings in a variety of capacities. Prior to joining ISPP, Chicago, Dr. Asay completed her clinical internship in the Counseling and Psychological Services Department at Purdue University, and a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of California Santa Cruz, where she specialized in crisis services. She regularly presents her research nationally and internationally, and she especially values collaborating with students and colleagues in these endeavors. Her current research includes trainees' comfort in discussing client sexuality explicitly across a range of sexual orientations and Internet and social media issues in training and practice. She has also presented on multicultural competence, feminist research process, women's career issues (particularly women in STEM fields), and group psychotherapy. Other interests include dreams in psychotherapy and supervision. She reintroduced the Psychology of Women course to the curriculum and founded (in collaboration with students) the Argosy Feminist Group. Two of Dr. Asay's most treasured experiences on the ISPP, Chicago faculty have been teaching Existential Psychotherapy in Berlin and Amsterdam in the Study Abroad program and serving on the faculty of the Personal and Professional Development (PPD) program. Nationally, Dr. Asay serves as the Co-Chair of the Community Engagement Committee of APA's Division 17 (Society of Counseling Psychology), a committee charged with partnering with agencies local to the annual APA convention and providing needed services or programs. Dr. Asay has done pro bono group work with the Center on Halsted and maintains a small private practice downtown. Her approach to therapy has an existential foundation, and it is influenced by feminist and interpersonal process theories, among others.