I grew up in Long Island, New York, and have lived in the Boston area for over 40 years. I also lived in Ann Arbor, Michigan and in Seattle. I have
been married for over 25 years and have raised three children, I have been a Cub Scout/Boy Scout leader, and am active in my local Church.
I really enjoy traveling -- my trip with my wife to India awhile back is one of my standout experiences -- and I have long been a passionate
skiier and hiker. Astronomy is a longtime hobby of mine, and I used to run marathons.
I received my Bachelors degree from the University of Michigan in 1968 and my Ph.D. in Psychology from Boston University in 1975.
I have been a psychologist for over 35 years, having worked in schools, clinics, hospitals, the Veterans Administration, and for the last 28 years in private practice. I have worked with adults and children, and I offer individual, marital, and group therapy.
I taught at Boston University and Northeastern University, and was on the faculty of Harvard Medical School.
I have also done freelance writing for magazines and newpapers.
American Psychological Association
Massachusetts Psychological Association
National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology
American Society of Clinical and Research Hypnosis
I have published professional articles in Comprehensive Psychiatry and the Internationa Journal of Partial Hospitalization.
I have also written over a dozen psychology articles that have appeared in Success Magazine and the Boston Globe, among other publications.