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Curriculum Vitae

Licensed:

State of Vermont – # 011
State of Florida – PY 5904
State of California – Psy 19455

Education And Degrees

1964-1965

St. Petersburg Jr. College, St. Petersburg, Florida.
A.A. Degree

1965-1967

Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida.
Major: Psychology Minor: Philosophy
B.A. Degree

 

1968-1974

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee.
Major: Clinical Psychology
Ph.D. Degree: August 1974

1972-1973

Internship in Clinical Psychology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, New York.

Other Experience

1960-1963

United States Marine Corps.
Honorably Discharged.

Teaching Experience

1970

Instructor, Child Psychology. University of Tennessee.

1970

Instructor, Psychology Honors Seminar. University of Tennessee.

1971

Instructor, Abnormal Psychology. University of Tennessee.

1971

Instructor, Theories of Personality. University of Tennessee.

1973

Instructor, Seminar in Psychotherapy. University of Tennessee

1975

Adjunct Faculty, Developmental Psychology.
Castleton State College, Castleton, Vermont.

1975

Adjunct Faculty, Seminar in Personality.
Castleton State College, Castleton, Vermont.

1995

Adjunct Faculty, Abnormal Psychology.
Green Mountain College, Poultney, Vermont.

1999

Adjunct Faculty, Seminar in Personality.
Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida.

Postdoctoral Experience

1974-1975

Clinical Staff Psychologist. Rutland Mental Health Center, Rutland, Vermont.

1975-1979

Consultant. Green Mountain Counseling Center. Adolescent counseling center providing direct clinical services and consultation to area schools.

1975-1996

Private Practice. Twenty-two years in private practice. I maintained an active clinical practice as well as a complementary adjunctive practice.

Stress Management Associates, Inc. (SMA). A stress management, biofeedback treatment center.

THE SPA. In 1983, SMA, Inc., purchased one of the two existing health and fitness clubs in central Vermont.

1985-Present

Enhanced Performance Associates, Inc. Over the course of time my involvement with sport psychology has grown to include work with all levels of athletes. I have consulted with ski schools throughout New England, numerous NCAA athletes on tennis teams, ski teams and golf teams; with professional athletes in the sports of basketball, golf, tennis, triathlon, cycling, and sailing including Olympic level athletes. I was named to the United States Olympic Committee Sport Psychology Registry, 1996-2000, 2000-2004, 2004-2008, 2008-2012, 2012-2016 and most recently 2017-2020.

1994-1996

Killington Mountain School. A seasonal high school for aspiring alpine ski racers. I developed, implemented and conducted a sport psychology program for students and coaches.

1991-1992

Supervisor. Agency of Human Services. Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Sexual Abuse. Supervisor of licensed therapists. Montpelier, Vermont.

1996-1999

Move and self-rejuvenation. Closed practice and moved to Florida. Traveled Central and South America and lived in Guatemala for a year. Studied with many of the shamans of Mexico and Central America.

2000-2001

Center for Group Counseling. Boca Raton, Florida. Supervisor of five doctoral level clinical interns inclinical psychology, one postdoctoral fellow and practicum students of other mental health disciplines.

2000-present

Private Practice. Psychotherapy with adults, adolescents, couples and families. Enhanced Performance Associates, Inc. Sport psychology services. Listed in United States Olympic Committee Sport Psychology Registry.

Professional Organizations

Listed in the United States Olympic Committee Sport Psychology Registry (1996-2000) (2000-2004) (2004-2008) (2008-2012) (2013-2016); listed in the World Sport PsychologySourcebook; listed in the National Register of Health Care Providers; member American Psychological Association: APA-Division of Clinical Psychology, APA-Division of Psychotherapy, APA-Division of Independent Practice, APA-Division of Sport Psychology; New England Society of Clinical Hypnosis (1980-1996); American Society of Clinical Hypnosis; International Society of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (1976-1988); Biofeedback Society of New England (1975-1987); Biofeedback Society of America (1975-1988); Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology; Vermont Mediation Association (1992-1996); Florida Psychological Association.