Janeta Fong Tansey, MD, PhD is Diplomate Clinician in Logotherapy. Her M.D. (1995, Loyola Stritch School of Medicine) was followed by residency in Psychiatry (1995-1999, University of Iowa) and a Ph.D. in Modern Religious Thought (2008, University of Iowa). She is licensed for the practice of Medicine and completed medical specialty board-certifications in Psychiatry (ABPN, 2001-2031) and Integrative Medicine (ABPS 2014 – 2021). She is a Fellow in the American Psychiatric Association and certified in Coaching (ICF and CCE). She is a practitioner in mind-body medicine and existential analysis and an active consultant in the area of professionalism and ethics, with particular focus on health care and higher education. Dr. Tansey’s approach in teaching and supervision supports trainees to critically engage with original sources in existential philosophy and therapy, to listen deeply to the shared and distinctive aspects of Viktor Frankl’s logotherapy and existential analysis within the larger existential therapy community, and to creatively explore applications of LTEA in the trainees’ individual areas of practice, specialization, and/or scholarship.