Date:November 5, 2021
Time:9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
# of CEU’s:6.0
Presenter Name:Cindi-Marie Willoughby, Ph.D
About the Presenter:Dr. Cindi-Marie Willoughby received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 2010 from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She has been involved in ACT since 2007. She has worked on several of ACBS Chicago conference committees, since 2015, and was appointed to the secretary position in 2014 where she served till 2019. In terms of clinical work, Cindi-Marie has worked in a variety of settings serving as both a supervisor and clinician at community mental health centers, a residential chemical dependency facility, a college counseling center, skilled nursing facilities, and within a group private practice. She has focused her clinical skills in treating clients with mood disorders, anxiety, trauma-spectrum disorders, crisis interventions, LGBTQIA + issues, substance abuse/dependency, relational issues, DID, and schizophrenia. She is committed to implementing empirically supported treatment strategies in the service of decreasing clients’ suffering. She is currently an adjunct professor at Ashford University. Opened her own group practice in Park Ridge, IL in 2015, the Willoughby Center for Behavioral Health, LLC. Additionally, she is a staff psychologist with Deer Oaks providing inpatient services within skilled nursing homes working with geriatric psychiatric patients.