Phil Quinn is a clinical mental health counseling student in the Master’s program at Northwestern University, a CACREP-accredited program and is a member of the American Counseling Association. Phil received his Master of Divinity from Western Theological Seminary and is an ordained minister in the Reformed Church in America. Phil’s experiences in the church, in human resources, and in social justice work have made him especially passionate about supporting people that have experienced trauma in the workplace, in the church, and in their communities – especially around issues of exclusion and discrimination related to sexuality, gender identity, and neurodiversity. Phil comes to the counseling relationship from an integrated psychodynamic, person-centered, and systems lens, recognizing that every person and every context is unique. Phil is dedicated to creating and facilitating safe spaces where people can explore their identities, emotions, fears, and longings – where people know that they matter and belong, where space is made for healing and growth from which a person is able to live more fully and freely into their own sense of self and their place in their community.