After the death of Bernard Kalinkowitz, I was appointed one of the Board of Directors with the title of Adjunct Clinical Professor. I had the shared responsibility of the organization of community-wide programs. Included was the:
1.) Fall weekends
2.) Holiday reunions
3.) Celebrations of those who graduated from PostDoc
After the end of my position as a Board Director, I continued to encourage matriculants to take courses reflecting different points of view and to have supervisory experiences with faculty of diverse approaches. I encouraged an
intellectual community in which theoretical diversity is achieved.
I have a private practice where I specialize in treating those who are sexually abused, and in family conflict. In addition to my private practice, I work as an Organizational Developer with industry leaders. I had the opportunity to be supervised by Ruth Jean Eisenbud, Esther Menaker, David Schecter and to have the good fortune to have taken two semesters with Eric Fromm. Robert Holt became my sponsor of my PhD dissertation. Upon graduation I received from NYU Grad School of Arts & Sciences, Doctor of Philosophy in the City of New York, October 19, 1960.