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Wellness Center Staff


Screen Shot 2016-09-19 at 3.48.53 PM.jpg Eric Crabtree-Nelson, LCSW                 Director of the Wellness Center                                
Eric is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Loyola University Chicago. Prior to working at Harold Washington, Eric worked as Assistant Director at Response, an adolescent and young adult program of Jewish Child and Family Services in Skokie for almost six years. There he directed counseling services, prevention education services, and sexual health care services, in addition to working with the board, developing grants, building relationships with community members, and supervising interns. Prior to Eric’s Response experience, he supervised clinicians at one of JCFS’s Community Counseling Centers, and before that, supervised group comes caring for youth in the child welfare system. Eric has presented at conferences, consulted with various institutions, and runs his own private practice focused on working with adolescents.                         


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Anna Zettel, Psy.D.       
Clinical Counselor                                  
Dr. Zettel is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with Doctoral and Master’s degrees in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology (ISPP-Chicago). She completed her postdoctoral residency at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and her predoctoral internship at Cleveland State University. She also has experience working in private practice and nonprofit settings. As a generalist psychologist, Dr. Zettel enjoys working with people across a range of personal concerns and cultural backgrounds. Her areas of interest and experience include depression and anxiety, grief, bipolar disorder, adjusting to college and other life transitions, relationship concerns, suicide prevention, and identity development. Dr. Zettel supervises doctoral level graduate student trainees and oversees the psychological testing program in the Wellness Center. ​                       


Marissa bio pic.jpgMarissa Cirilo, MSW            
Wellness Center Specialist                
Marissa received her MSW from DePaul University in 2016. She previously worked at Howard Brown Health in promoting sexual and reproductive health, HIV/STI prevention and education for nearly two years. In addition to her experience in community-based public health, she has worked with at-risk youth, addressing chronic homelessness, and engaging in advocacy efforts around social justice-related issues. Marissa enjoys discussions around what health means to individuals, systemic and historic oppression and how these affect communities in the present, and the importance of trauma-informed care in mental and physical wellbeing. She is currently seeking her Social Worker licensure in Illinois. In her spare time Marissa enjoys reading and has a love of tacos.​