Margaret Nagib, PsyD
Faculty Member, Timberline Knolls Clinical Development Institute (CDI)
“Part of God’s destiny for me is to liberate women through the working of His life-changing power and to teach and train other professionals to do the same.”
Dr. Nagib is a clinical psychologist specializing in Christian counseling, inner healing and treating eating disorders, trauma, addiction, self-injury and mood disorders. For 15 years, she has provided individual, family and group therapy.
Today, as a key faculty member of Timberline Knolls’ Clinical Development Institute, she travels throughout the country providing clinical training and presentations to professionals. Every year, the CDI team offers more than 50 presentations at national and regional meetings, and contributes to awareness and early intervention through media interviews and blog contributions.
Additionally, Dr. Nagib provides individual, family, group and pastoral counseling. Her goal is to restore Timberline Knolls' residents to wholeness through a deeper relationship with God, helping each one to find her voice, purpose, and passion. She collaborates with the campus Chaplin, Todd Warren, to provide leadership and guidance to fulfill the goal of supporting each woman’s spirituality.
Formerly, Dr. Nagib worked as a counselor with the Meier Clinics, the Northern Illinois University Counseling Center, the Glen Oaks Adolescent Therapeutic School and Oak Forest Psychological Services. As an expert in providing treatment from a Christian perspective, she has been featured in the Relevant magazine; the Wall Street Journal; Today’s Christian Woman magazine; FOX News; “The Everlasting Love” - a Christian public affairs television program broadcast throughout Chicago, and “Doctor to Doctor” on Trinity Broadcasting Network.
Dr. Nagib earned her undergraduate degree from Pace University in New York and her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Wheaton College in Illinois, where she also served as an adjunct graduate psychology professor. She held a similar role at Simpson University in California. She also attended two years at Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry.
Dr. Nagib is a member of the American Association of Professional Counselors, the Christian Association for Psychological Studies, the Association of Christian Therapists, and is a Regional Director for the International Bethel Sozo Organization.