Khary M. Atif, LCSW, NCPsyA

Khary Atif is a Nationally Certified Psychoanalyst, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and a graduate of the Philadelphia School of Psychoanalysis. He is a retired Child Welfare Professional who served 37 years with the Philadelphia Department of Human Services (DHS) in the role of Director of Training and Training Delivery. He specifically trained social workers in the complexities of trauma informed service delivery within the context of law’s social function, for which he received the 2011 Commissioner Award for Leadership. Mr. Atif concluded his DHS career in 2018 as the Senior Advisor to the Department’s Chief Learning Officer.

Khary Atif In 2005 he authored the “Distended Tear”, a collection of psychoanalytic essays. His formal education was obtained at Lincoln University, Temple University, and Bryn Mawr College. He obtained the Master of Social Service degree (1997) and the Master of Law and Social Policy degree (1998) at Bryn Mawr’s Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research.

In recognition of his academic efforts and commitment to service, Bryn Mawr’s Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research honored Mr. Atif with their first Alumni Achievement Award (2009); recognizing him as an emergent leader in the field of Social Work. In 2015, he was honored at the Graduate School’s Centennial as one of the school’s 100 Distinguished Alumni.

Wallace Fletcher, D Min, NCPsyA

Wallace Fletcher, D Min, NCPsyA

Dr. Fletcher has extensive training and experience as a therapist, consultant, educator and non-profit executive. He is a Certified Psychoanalyst and Clinical Supervisor in the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis and a certified Clinical Fellow and member of the Board of Directors of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors. He teaches courses in Organizational & Strategic Leadership and in Pastoral Counseling at Neumann University and courses in the history and evolution of psychoanalysis at the Philadelphia School of Psychoanalysis. He serves on the Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health’s Faith and Spiritual Affairs Advisory Board. He is also on the mental health faculty of CREDO, an intensive wellness program for clergy administered by the Pension Boards of the Episcopal and Presbyterian Churches US.

Marie Hartke, MSEd, NCPsyA

Marie Hartke, MSEd, NCPsyA

Marie Hartke is a Certified Psychoanalyst and Clinical Supervisor in the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis and Senior Training Analyst and Clinical Supervisor for PSP. She is currently a Faculty Member of PSP and was previously an Adjunct Faculty Member at Cabrini College where she taught Developmental Psychology for 19 years. She received her degrees from Chestnut Hill College and Temple University. Ms. Hartke has served on PSP’s Board since 1991.

Cristiane Muraro Irey, Psy.D., NCPsyA

Dr. Irey is a Clinical Psychologist and a Certified Psychoanalyst. Her Master’s Degree is in Developmental Psychology. She has been working with patients and teaching for more than 20 years. She has been with Philadelphia School of Psychoanalysis since 2010, and she has also worked at the Philadelphia Consultation Center as a Clinician. She is currently a Faculty Member of PSP and an Adjunct Faculty for Immaculata University. She has her own private practice working with adults and adolescents with a wide range of disorders.

William J. Lorman, JD, PhD, MSN, PMHNP-BC, CARN-AP, NCPsyA

Dr. Lorman completed his doctoral studies in applied psychology.  He is also certified as a psychoanalyst, modern Freudian.  He is a board-certified psychiatric nurse practitioner and also certified as an advanced practice addictions specialist.  He is an assistant professor at Drexel University where he teaches in the graduate nursing program.  He maintains a private practice where he works with adults and treats a full range of psychiatric disorders – mild depression to severe psychosis, and he specializes in addiction psychiatry.  He utilizes a psychoanalytic-medical model and provides services that include individual and group psychotherapy, psychiatric evaluations and medication management.  In addition to his academic and clinical experience, Dr. Lorman has presented seminars on various mental health topics nationally and internationally, has written multiple articles and textbook chapters and is a management and clinical consultant to several major corporations where he provides therapeutic and group facilitation services.  He has completed a Juris Doctor degree and consults in the areas of medical malpractice, administrative and employment law.

Linda K. Sayers, PhD, LPC, NCPsyA

Linda Sayers is a licensed counselor and a certified psychoanalyst in private practice in NJ.  Dr. Sayers has been in practice over 40 years serving the general public as well as providing training and supervision for clinicians. Dr. Sayers has been an educator who has taught a wide range of courses for over 50 years and has presented at numerous conferences.  She has recently retired from her last position as an Adjunct Professor of Psychology at Stockton University.  In addition to teaching and clinical work, she has written many professional articles primarily focusing on Object Relations theory and practice.