Faculty: Integrative Studies Fr. Walter Schu, LC, S.T.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Integrative Studies Education S.T.D. in moral theology, Regina Apostolorum Pontifical Athenaeum: summa cum laude, 2020. Doctoral dissertation on the topic, “The Truth Will Set You Free: John Paul II’s Personalism as the Key to his Theology of the Body.” S.T.L., in moral theology,…
Richard K. Kim, M.D., is a board-certified psychiatrist who received his doctorate in medicine from the University of Illinois and trained in psychiatry at the Loyola University Medical Center where he was the Chief Resident.
Dr. Sebrechts has a Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology from Yale University.
Dr. Van Dillen is a licensed psychologist with education and training in clinical neuropsychology (Ph.D.), clinical psychology (M.S.) and experimental psychobiology (M.S.) with postdoctoral fellowships in clinical neuropsychology (Tufts New England Medical Center), pediatric neuropsychology (Duke University) traumatology and neuroimaging (University of Texas Southwestern Medical School).
Dr. Pillion is a board certified psychiatrist who received his doctorate in medicine from the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio and trained in general adult psychiatry at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
Dr. Vitz’s teaching and research is focused on the integration of Christian theology, especially Catholic anthropology, with psychology.
Dr. Henker has a Ph.D in International Psychology specializing in Intercultural Diplomacy, Cultural Psychology and Trauma services.
Dr. Orellana is a licensed clinical psychologist, Interim Director of the IPS Center for Psychological Sciences, and an Adjunct Professor for the M.S. in Psychology program.
Dr. Klausli joined the faculty of IPS in 2016 mostly teaching in the area of statistics and research methods and also serving as a capstone advisor.
Dr. Treptow joined DMU in 2017 as an Adjunct Professor and moved to Assistant Professor in 2019.