Kevin J. Kukoleck, PsyD is an Assistant Professor and core faculty member in the Clinical Psychology program of Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Schaumburg. He received his PsyD from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology/Chicago in 1998. His undergraduate degree is from Cleveland State University where he majored in psychology and minored in gerontology. Prior to joining the Argosy University faculty, he was Adjunct Professor at Cleveland State University and was the staff psychologist at both the Vocational Services Team, a physical and vocational rehabilitation center in suburban Cleveland, and the Cleveland Sight Center's Child Services Division. His clinical and research interests are in the areas of health psychology, gerontology, multicultural psychology, gay/lesbian identity development, and cross-cultural relations. He presents nationally and internationally in the areas of gerontology, LGBT aging, group process, multiculturalism, and client-centered therapy. He is on the editorial board for Outword, a publication of the Lesbian-Gay Aging Issues Network, a division of the American Society on Aging. He is the past president of the Association for the Development of the Person-Centered Approach, an international Person-Centered professional organization. In addition to teaching, Dr. Kukoleck is the Vice President of a non-profit corporation based in Cleveland that is developing housing for older LGBT adults. He is a licensed clinical psychologist in both Ohio and Illinois and is employed at Oak Forest Psychological Services where he provides psychotherapy and psychodiagnostic services to clients who are living in skilled nursing facilities and who are chronically mentally ill and/or older adults.