PSY-1656 has been in private practice in clinical psychology since 1980, performing individual, group, and family psychotherapy. He also performs forensic psychodiagnostic evaluations of disability, competency, dangerousness, legal insanity, and other conditions. His hospital positions have included director of behavioral medicine, clinical instructor, and chief of psychology. For nine years he was the program director of a halfway houses program sponsored by the Southern Arizona Mental Health Center. He has taught at the university level and published and presented papers on biofeedback, stress-related disorders, pain management, and other topics.
Ph.D., Family Counseling and Therapy (Minor: Educational Psychology), University of Arizona, Tucson
M.A., Clinical Psychology (Minor: Social Psychology), University of Iowa, Iowa City
B.A., with highest honors, Romance Languages and Literature, New York University