Adam Fronczek is Associate Pastor for Adult Education and Worship at Fourth Presbyterian Church. Originally from Indianapolis, Adam received his A.B. in religion from Wabash College and his master’s in divinity from Vanderbilt University. His work at Fourth Church includes teaching, worship and preaching, music and arts, and supervision of the Pastoral Residency program.
The Brain: Use It or Lose It
Maureen Garvey, L.C.P.C., a mother of five twenty-somethings, previously enjoyed careers as both a nurse and midwife. Currently she is a therapist who utilizes EMDR, a brain processing technique, to help her clients heal from traumatic events.
Myths & Truths of Relationships
Mary Jo Hubick, L.C.P.C., a student of Brené Brown’s The Daring Way curriculum, strives to practice courage, gratitude, and authenticity for herself and share this life philosophy with her clients. Outside of her therapist and family roles, Mary Jo has raised money and awareness for salute.org, an organization that helps returning veterans and their families transition back into civilian life.
Work: Building Identity Capital
Elise Magers, L.C.P.C., is a curious, lifelong learner who has a pastoral psychotherapy practice at the Lorene Replogle Counseling Center. She entered this profession thirty years ago after a successful interior design career. She resists moving to Florida because tango lessons are more fun in Chicago.
Change, Implementation, & Results
Ben Schemper is twenty-five, has led several multi-million dollar sales organizations, and is pursuing a career in coaching. He is passionate about working with people to identify and transform limiting patterns in their lives and businesses. He’s an avid soccer fan, biding his time patiently before his trip to the World Cup this summer.
Foto Yoga Reflection
Thomas Schemper, Ph.D., is a psychologist, a coach, and Director of the Lorene Replogle Counseling Center. He loves photography, organizing work trips to Latin America, and aspires to meditate on a regular basis. He enjoys helping people find their own inner wisdom, become unstuck, and advance their lives.
Navigating the Interior Life
Katie Van Tiem, R.Y.T., worked for most of her twenties in community organizing and public policy. She then transitioned into the field of psychotherapy with an emphasis on mind/body healing. She brings her knowledge as a certified yoga teacher and challenge course facilitator into her psychotherapeutic practice.