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Clinical Staff


Margot Smith, MS, LMFT

Clinical Director of Counseling Services

Margot Smith is the Clinical Director of Counseling Services and is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Margot earned her Master of Science in Applied Family and Child Studies with a Specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy from Northern Illinois University after completing her undergraduate education at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Margot began her therapy career at 360 as a full-time therapist, as well as being deeply involved in the Power of Choice Campaign, Community Network of Professionals Supporting LGBTQ Youth and a trained Facilitator of the 7 Challenges Program. She gained additional clinical and formalized management experience in inpatient behavioral health care. Her therapeutic expertise includes working with families in inpatient and outpatient settings who deal with multi systemic stressors, including legal, child protection, educational, and behavioral health. She brings humor and a laid back approach with teens and clients who feel apprehensive about counseling. As director, Margot has a special interest in understanding the client, family, and community experience of 360 in order to center services around the needs of the community. Margot is committed to help the department provide life changing services to youth and families in the community.


Christina Melville, MSEd, LCPC, NCC

Clinical Therapist

Christina Melville is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor. She earned her Master of Science in Counseling from Northern Illinois University after completing her undergraduate degree at Robert Morris University. Her work with youth and their families focuses on navigating issues such as anxiety, depression, self-esteem, family conflict, parenting skills, school issues, and difficult life adjustments. Christina believes in building a unique relationship with each of her clients using a comprehensive and customized approach. She infuses music, art, pop culture and humor into her sessions to connect with her clients and to create an atmosphere of safety and comfort. Christina believes in meeting each client where they are at using the Stages of Change model and also implements various Cognitive Behavioral and Communication techniques to help the client master interpersonal skills and self-efficacy.


Kate Moon-Raess, MA, LCPC

Clinical Therapist and Intake Coordinator

Kate Moon is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She earned her Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology after first obtaining her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Neuroscience from Knox College. Kate provides counseling, crisis, and case management to youth and families that are predominantly in our Specialized Youth Services Program. Kate believes that counseling should be a safe space to explore both the challenges and strengths of the youth and their families. She also approaches counseling through a holistic lens, exploring the cultural, social, psychological, and biological factors of each individual.


Zachary Gibson, MA, LCPC

Clinical Therapist

Zach earned his Bachelors of Science in Psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and his Masters of Science in Community Counseling from National-Louis University. Most recently, he spent 7 years providing case management and service coordination for adults and kids with a variety of developmental disabilities. Zach strives to make counseling a safe and collaborative process, helping clients focus on their existing strengths and their desire to move toward positive change. He is currently working with individual youth and families, as well as providing counseling services through 360’s Transitional Housing Program.

Michelle Sturgill, MA, LSW

Clinical Therapist

Michelle earned her Bachelor’s Degree from National-Louis University and her Master of Social Work with a concentration in Children and Families from the Erikson Institute.  Michelle utilizes a bio-psychosocial perspective when working with clients to understand the biological, psychological, social and spiritual factors that impact their well-being.  Her goal is promote positive development in children and youth within the context of healthy and supportive environments.  Michelle is passionate about social justice, advocacy and improving the lives of children and families.

Anna Themanson, MA, LPC, CADC

Clinical Therapist

Anna Themanson is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. She received her Master of Science in Education in Counseling from Northern Illinois University and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Western Illinois University. Anna has a background in school counseling, outpatient youth & family therapy, and inpatient case management. Anna’s clinical interests include grief and loss, LGBTQIA+, and substance abuse. She believes that counseling should be an empowering experience wherein youth realize their full potential. Anna currently provides counseling services for Cornerstone Group Home in addition to working with youth through 360’s school partnerships. Anna also provides crisis response services as needed.

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Liz Konrad, MA, LCPC

Clinical Therapist

Liz is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. She obtained her Master of Arts in School Guidance and Counseling from Lewis University after completing her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at North Central College. Liz has experience working with teens in traditional and alternative high schools.  She utilizes humor and a client centered approach to create an open and safe environment. Liz works collaboratively with clients to highlight their strengths and resources, and identify and change problematic patterns in thinking and behavior. Liz utilizes a combination of solution focused and cognitive behavioral therapies in her clinical practice to help clients become more empowered by developing more adaptive coping skills and achieving their goals. Her clinical interests include school related issues, behavioral concerns, anxiety, depression and adjustment to transitions.

Monique Johnson, MA, LPC, NCC

Clinical Therapist

Monique is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a National Certified Counselor. Monique earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Spanish from Howard University. Quickly after that, she obtained her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Wheaton College. Monique believes that the relationship with the client is a vital component in a successful counseling experience. Utilizing person-centered and psychodynamic approaches, she provides a safe space for clients to explore their authentic self. Her clinical experience and interests are anxiety, depression, stress, self-esteem, women’s issues, and trauma.

Cleo Caudillo, MA, LMFT

Clinical Therapist

Cleo earned her Bachelors of Science in Sociology and Masters of Science in Applied Family and Child Studies with a Specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy from Northern Illinois University. Her area of focus and expertise is working with youth and their families. Cleo believes that building a relationship with support, compassion, humor, and understanding allows the client to have a space where they can explore and better manage challenges and identify their strengths. Cleo currently works at a community mental health center along with providing counseling at 360 Youth Services.

Ryan Hansen, MA, LPC, ATR-P

Clinical Therapist

Ryan is a Licensed Professional Counselor and an Art Therapist. He earned his Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology: Art Therapy degree from Adler University after completing his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Studio Art from Knox College. Ryan specializes in working with youth/adolescents, utilizing evidence-based art therapy and counseling approaches to help clients master interpersonal skills and to develop positive change(s) across all settings. His clinical approaches include Art Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Adlerian Psychotherapy, and a Biopsychosocial perspective when working with clients and their families to address concerns including, but not limited to: Anxiety, ADHD, Stress, Anger, and School-Related Issues.

Jillion Caldwell, MSW

Clinical Therapist

Jillion earned her Master’s of Social Work from the University of Illinois at Chicago Jane Addams College of Social Work. Previously she attended Loyola University Chicago where she received her Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology and Bachelor’s of Arts in Communication Studies. Jillion has been a long time advocate for mental health as she has volunteered for agencies such as Active Minds and NAMI Chicago. She has also done volunteer work and attended trainings for various social justice initiatives emphasizing diversity and inclusion for those with marginalized identities. Using a strengths-based perspective, Jillion likes to help individuals overcome their challenges while also recognizing their strenghts and fostering self-empowerment. She has had experience working with youth and families on concerns with anger, depression, anxiety, traumatic experiences, difficult transitions, and self-esteem. In therapy sessions, Jillion finds it important to making youth and their families feel safe, comfortable, and heard.

Christina Graffagna, BS

Clinical Intern Therapist

Christina earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Human Development and Family Studies from the University of Alabama. She is currently a second-year student in Loyola University Chicago’s Masters of Education in Community Counseling program. Christina believes in working collaboratively with clients to attain their goals. She uses empathy, honesty, and open communication with clients to foster meaningful and productive conversations in the therapy room. Christina hopes to walk alongside her clients, encouraging and supporting them as they confront life’s challenges and develop new strengths.

Megan Six, BA

Clinical Intern Therapist

Meg is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Northern Illinois University. In this program she received the award for Outstanding Graduate Student in her department. She maintains a strong passion for her education in the field of therapy. Previously she received a B.A. in French and English from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Meg enjoys working with adolescents and families in order to help them grow individually and as a group. Working with families in the therapeutic process has been a rewarding and effective way to help clients overcome obstacles and strengthen their resources. In her practice, she operates from a systemic perspective, which allows her a holistic approach to understanding her clients and guiding them toward better mental health and well-being.