Counseling, Administration, Supervision, and Adult Learning (CASAL)

Meet our Instructors

Elliott Ingersoll

Elliott Ingersoll is professor and chair of Counseling, Adult Learning & Educational Administration. He is licensed as a psychologist and a clinical counselor in Ohio. He has authored/co-authored 8 books and over 30 articles and book chapters. His areas of expertise include psychopharmacology, psychopathology and helping clients with spiritual and religious issues. He has also worked with opioid dependence, trauma, and organizational consulting. His current research focuses on drug-assisted psychotherapy. He believes digital media are mesmerizing the planet's population and that the technologies were sent here by extra-terrestrials bent on using earth as a universal penal colony. Most people find it hard to talk to him for more than 10 minutes at a stretch. 

Stacey Diane A. Litam

Dr. Stacey Diane A. Litam is an Assistant Professor in Cleveland State University’s counselor education program in Cleveland, Ohio. She is a licensed professional clinical counselor (LPCC) in the state of Ohio and a nationally certified clinical counselor (NCCC).  

Dr. Litam has experience within agency, college, and community mental health settings. She currently works as an LPCC at a Northeast Ohio agency where she serves survivors of sex trafficking, persons with substance use disorders, and LGBTQ+ clients. She is a researcher, educator, and social justice advocate on topics related to human trafficking, human sexuality, and the phenomenological experiences of individuals with intersecting non-dominant and marginalized identities.

Dr. Litam has facilitated over 50 state, national, and international presentations on topics related to sex trafficking, human sexuality, decolonizing the minority myth stereotype, and the influence of internalized racism and intra-ethnic othering on Asian American identity development. In her spare time, Dr. Litam enjoys traveling with her partner and family, staying active, eating good food, and forcing her small dog, Miko, to wear ridiculous outfits.