Guest Facilitators

To learn more about our on-staff clinical team visit the about-us page.


KachinaMyersKachina Myers LCSW, ACSW, is on the faculty and is a supervisor at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy (ICP).  She is a supervisor and co-founder of ALGAP (Association of Lesbian-and-Gay-Affirmative Psychotherapists).  Her article, Show Me the Money: (The ‘Problem’ of) The Therapist’s Desire, Subjectivity, and Relationship to the Fee, appears in the Winter 2008 issue of Contemporary Psychoanalysis.  She’s currently at work on a book about financial transformation for the general public.  She offers money, success, and practice building supervision to clinicians.  Kachina also maintains a psychoanalytic psychotherapy practice for couples and individuals in Manhattan.


Bruce V. Hillowe, J.D., PhD. is a mental healthcare and healthcare attorney in Mineola, NY. Trained in both law and clinical psychology, he formerly practiced as a psychologist-psychoanalyst, was director of a forensic mental health service, and taught courses in law and ethics as a teaching attending psychologist at a major teaching hospital.  He is currently legal counsel to numerous mental health practitioners, facilities, institutes, and professional associations and an adjunct professor of law and ethics at Adelphi University’s Derner Institute..  He has written numerous articles and book chapters including for law reviews and healthcare publications, most recently regarding defense of healthcare practitioners in professional disciplinary proceedings, and has published a manual on HIPAA compliance for mental health professionals in New York State.  He is listed in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers in healthcare law and was featured as a “Superlawyer” in the New York Times Magazine.


Blair Glaser, MA, LCAT, RDT is a creative arts therapist, consultant and leadership mentor who helps people excel on the twin journeys of loving and leading. She works with individuals and couples, consults with business leaders and their organizations, and has been a pioneer of Women’s Leadership through her workshops and offerings. She began a tortured but now thriving relationship with social media in 2009, when she took on the arduous task of writing a book. She lives in Woodstock and Brooklyn, NY with her partner and their dog. Follow Blair on twitter — @BlairGlaser, visit her on Facebook, or at