Quinn T. Chipley, Counseling Coordinator for Health Sciences Center of the University of Louisville: Quinn Chipley was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee. He has degrees from Rice University, Houston, Texas (B.A. – 1978), Southeastern Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, North Carolina (M. Div. – 1984), University of Louisville, Clinical Psychology (M.A. – 1992), University of Louisville, M.D. (2000) and University of Louisville, Ph.D. ((2015), with the dissertation, “William Faulkner and Alcoholism: Distilling Facts and Fictions.” Since December 2006, he has served as the Counseling Coordinator for the students enrolled in the medical, dental, nursing and graduate schools of the University of Louisville at the Health Sciences Center campus. He considers it the ideal position where he can practice psychology against the background of a medical education. He has a passion for abstinence-based, peer-support recovery communities and transitional living for those in recovery from addiction. As a volunteer, he helps coordinate the CAPTASA annual conferences on these matters, and offers presentations on the disease of addiction for healthcare organizations, faith communities, and recovery centers.