Date of Birth: January 25, 1951
Place of Birth: Lancaster, Pennsylvania


1976 - 1979 Southern California College - B.A. (Religion)
Costa Mesa, California
1980 - 1983 Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary - M.Div. (Counseling)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1983 - 1988 Temple University - Ph.D. (Psychology)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Postgraduate Education

1989 - Present Center for Jungian Studies of SE Florida, Inc.
Training Institute for Jungian Analysts
Accredited by the Interregional Society of Jungian Analysts
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
July, 1993 Reitan Neuropsychological Laboratories
Ralph Reitan, Ph.D., Supervisor
"Child Neuropsychology and Learning Disabilities"
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
July, 1992 Reitan Neuropsychological Laboratories
Ralph Reitan, Ph.D., Supervisor
"Use and Interpretation of the Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Battery"
Chicago, Illinois
1989 - 1991 Postdoctoral Training in Neuropsychology
Boca Raton, Florida
1981 - 1988 Philadelphia Center for Jungian Studies
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1986 - 1988 Focusing Institute
University of Chicago, Department of Psychology
Chicago, Illinois
1984 - 1985 General Systems Project
Temple University, Department of Psychiatry
Anthony Panzetta, M.D., Supervisor
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


1990 - 1996 Adjunct Professor, Department of Professional and Human Relations
College of Education, Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, Florida
1983 - 1988 Lecturer, Department of Counseling Psychology
College of Education, Temple University
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Named Therapist of the Month, February/March 2003 by
Presidential Scholarship.   Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary - 1980 - 1982,
Full Tuition for Academic Achievement
Academic Scholarship, Temple University - 1985 - Full Tuition for Academic Achievement
Listed in Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare 2000 - Present
Listed in Who's Who in America 2000 - Present
Listed in Who's Who in the World 2000 - Present
Listed in the National Register's Who's Who in Executives and Professionals


American Psychological Association - Full Member
Division 37, child, Youth, and Family Services
Division 38, Health Psychology
Division 40, Clinical Neuropsychology
Division 48, Peace Psychology
Florida Psychological Association
Center for Jungian Studies of SE Florida, Inc.
River Fund - Board of Direcors
National Academy of Neuropsychology
Coalition of Clinical Practitioners in Neuropsychology (CCPN)


Independent Practice Clinical Psychologist
1991 - Present
A.   Jungian psychotherapy; Individual psychotherapy; Family therapy; Marital therapy; Group therapy
B.   Testing: Intellectual; Psychoeducational; Personality; Neuropsychological; Vocational; Forensic
C.   Behavioral Medicine: Stress Management; Relaxation Training; Psychoneuroimmunology
Founder and President - Center for Sacred Psychology 1992 - Present
Adjunct Professor
Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida
1990 - 1996
Clinical Psychology Consultant
River Fund 1994 - Present
Florida Chapter of the Names Project 1996 - Present
AIDS Memorial Quilt - Chairperson - Bereavement Committee
River House - HIV/AIDS Respite 1994 - Present
River School - Private College Preparatory School - K-12 1994 - Present
Forensic - Grief Assessment; Psychopathology 1994 - Present
Gulfstream Goodwill Industries, Inc. 1995 - Present
Palm Beach County Human Services 2000 - Present
Neuropsychological Consultant
HRS, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation 1991 - Present
Division of Disability Services 1994 - Present
New Medico Rehabilitation Center Of Palm Beaches 1990 - 1992
Forensic 1992 - Present
Psychological Resident
A.  Postdoctoral training in Neuropsychology
B.  Jungian psychotherapy
C.  Individual, Group, Marital, and Family Therapy
D.  Psychological and Psychoeducational Assessment
1989 - 1990
Psychotherapist/Clinical Coordinator
Department of Medicine, Temple University
Temple University Medical Practices

A.  Individual and Group Psychotherapy: Behavioral Medicine
B.  Administrative Coordinator of Medical and Psychological Services
C.  Clinical Supervisor

1985 - 1988
Predoctoral Clinical Psychology Intern
Eastern State School and Hospital

A.  Psychological and Neuropsychological Assessment of severely disturbed children and adolescents
B.  Assistant treatment leader of inpatient adolescent unit

1986 - 1987
Pathways Counseling Services, Inc.
1985 - 1986
Temple University
Department of Counseling Psychology
1984 - 1986
County Delegate
Delaware County Crisis Intervention
and Suicide Prevention Center
1981 - 1983
Psychology Intern
Eastern College Counseling Center
1981 - 1982
Pathways Counseling Services, Inc.
1985 - 1986
Chaplaincy Intern
Haverford State Hospital
1980 - 1981
Additional Professional Experience
General Contractor 1976 - 1989
Aerial Navigator 1969 - 1975
United States Marine Corps
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