Dr. Paul Cantz is a licensed, board certified clinical psychologist and Associate Director of Training/Core Faculty at the Adler School of Professional Psychology; Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychiatry at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine; Coordinator for the UIC Program in Religion, Spirituality & Mental Health and an adjunct faculty member at the Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership. Dr. Cantz concurrently works as the Supervising Psychologist at Hartgrove Hospital’s Inpatient Unit for the therapy/advanced training program andalso serves as the executive director of Yehi Ohr—a not-for-profit community mental health center located in Peterson Park. Dr. Cantz maintains a therapy caseload at both Yehi Ohr and in private practice. Dr. Cantz has published and presented original scholarship on the topics of the intellectual foundations of psychoanalysis, the psychology of religious conversion, death anxiety, cross cultural concepts of femininity, psychodynamics of music, the historical uniqueness of baseball, the connection between misogyny and Antisemitism, and most recently on the bio-ethical ramifications of the anti-aging movement.