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Faculty

Kenneth Solberg, Ph.D., LP

Core Faculty, Professor

612-238-4548
ksolberg@smumn.edu

Phyllis Solon, Psy.D., LP

Core Faculty, Associate Professor

612-238-4572
phyllissolon@gmail.com

Marge Charmoli, Ph.D., LP

Adjunct Faculty, Assistant Professor

651-645-5588
drcharmoli@visi.com

Heather Forsyth, Psy.D., LP

Adjunct Faculty, Assistant Professor

952-993-2521
heather.forsyth@parknicollet.com

Robin McLeod, Ph.D., LP

Adjunct Faculty, Assistant Professor

651-739-7539
rgmcleod@smumn.edu

Adam Piccolino, Psy.D., LP

Adjunct Faculty, Assistant Professor

651-503-9404
apiccoli@smumn.edu

Paul Reitman, Ph.D., LP

Adjunct Faculty, Associate Professor

preitman3236@aol.com

Marcia Rogers, Psy.D., LP

Adjunct Faculty, Assistant Professor

763-424-3704
mrogers@mnfps.com

Elisa Tattar, Psy.D., LP

Adjunct Faculty, Assistant Professor

651-779-2700
etattar@smumn.edu

Jacquelyn Wiersma, Ph.D., LP

Adjunct Faculty, Associate Professor

952-929-9478
jwiersma@smumn.edu

Signe Nestingen, Psy.D., LP

Core Faculty, Associate Professor

612-238-4571
signe@nestconsult.com

Nicky Larson, Psy.D., LP

Adjunct Faculty, Assistant Professor

952-929-8432
clarson@smumn.edu

Jeffrey McLeod, Ph.D.

Adjunct Faculty Associate Professor

jmcleod@smumn.edu

Daniel Silversmith, Psy.D., LP

Adjunct Faculty, Associate Professor

612-467-5171
daniel.silversmith@va.gov

Daniel Bucknam, Ph.D.

Adjunct Faculty, Assistant Professor

507-457-6948
dbucknam@smumn.edu

Carl Isenhart, Psy.D., LP

Adjunct Faculty, Associate Professor

612-467-3962
cisenhar@smumn.edu

Larry Luttmers, Ph.D.

Adjunct Faculty, Professor

lluttmer@smumn.edu

Ashley Sovereign, Psy.D., LP

Core Faculty, Associate Professor

612-238-4557
asoverei@smumn.edu

Elizabeth Vogt, Psy.D., LP

Core Faculty, Associate Professor

612-238-4546
evogt@smumn.edu

Nicholas Ruiz, Ph.D., LP

Adjunct Faculty, Professor

nickruiz@comcast.net

Signe Nestingen, Psy.D.
Signe Nestingen
Psychology Doctorate Program - Core Associate Professor

(612) 238-4571
signe@nestconsult.com

Dr. Nestingen received her Psy.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of St. Thomas in 2000. She is a core faculty member, and the internship director, in the Counseling Psychology doctoral program at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. Dr. Nestingen has taught in the Counseling and Psychological Services master’s program since 2007. As a psychologist, and small business owner, she has coordinated a private practice providing counseling for individuals and couples, as well as consultation for small businesses and organizations, public speaking, training, and teaching for 25 years. As both a licensed psychologist and a licensed marriage and family therapist, she provides supervision and consultation, both singly and in organizations, to health care professionals. Dr. Nestingen has taught at the University of St. Thomas, the Adler Institute and Metropolitan State University. She has served on the Minnesota Psychological Association (MPA) ethics and education committees and on the steering committee for MN Women in Psychology. Dr. Nestingen has published articles for both the lay public and professionals and is the co-author of a book about the use of art in healing from sexual trauma.

Signe Nestingen, Psy.D.
Signe Nestingen
Psychology Doctorate Program - Core Associate Professor

(612) 238-4571
signe@nestconsult.com

Dr. Nestingen received her Psy.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of St. Thomas in 2000. She is a core faculty member, and the internship director, in the Counseling Psychology doctoral program at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. Dr. Nestingen has taught in the Counseling and Psychological Services master’s program since 2007. As a psychologist, and small business owner, she has coordinated a private practice providing counseling for individuals and couples, as well as consultation for small businesses and organizations, public speaking, training, and teaching for 25 years. As both a licensed psychologist and a licensed marriage and family therapist, she provides supervision and consultation, both singly and in organizations, to health care professionals. Dr. Nestingen has taught at the University of St. Thomas, the Adler Institute and Metropolitan State University. She has served on the Minnesota Psychological Association (MPA) ethics and education committees and on the steering committee for MN Women in Psychology. Dr. Nestingen has published articles for both the lay public and professionals and is the co-author of a book about the use of art in healing from sexual trauma.