Sean McGlew, Psy.D. is a Staff Psychologist working with Young Adult and Teen women. He earned his Doctorate of Clinical Psychology with a concentration in Traumatic Stress from Adler University in Chicago, IL with a training emphasis on social justice, inclusion, and minority/marginalized population treatment. Dr. McGlew completed his pre- and post-doctoral internships at Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation’s residential chemical dependency treatment program providing co-occurring treatment to young adults and adolescents through individual, group, crisis, familial, and assessment interventions. Dr. McGlew is trained in several treatments for traumatic stress including Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, and Cognitive Processing Therapy. He has also been trained in the treatment of co-occurring eating disorders substances abuse. McGlew’s primary areas of expertise are in Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and structural family systems theoretical application to the treatment of co-occurring addiction and mental health concerns. He also has a passion for population-specific interventions for underserved and marginalized communities based on ethic, socio-economic, racial, gender, and sexual orientation affiliation. Dr. McGlew’s primary research interests are examining the intersection of multi-dimensional identities from an ecological, process-oriented approach and how this impacts both the individual’s mental health and chemical health needs.