- 1995 Ph.D., Professional
Psychology and Art as Healing, The
- 1988 M.A., Counseling
Psychology, Art and Pre and Perinatal Psychology,
College of Norwich
- 1986 B.A., Sculpture
and Pre and Perinatal Psychology,
Vermont College of Norwich
as a psychotherapist with individuals and groups.
For more than 30 years has led *psychotherapy and
art workshops on - healing emotional trauma through
regressive therapies, mind/body integration, MPD/DID,
ego state therapy, primal therapy, EMDR, EFT, Mindfulness,
MBPR (Mind Based Pain Repatterning), art therapy,
prenatal parenting and, working with pre and prenatal
issues through art.
on such diverse subjects as psychotherapy techniques,
childhood sexual abuse, community arts, art as healing,
sculpting and carving, art history, mythology, serpent/dragon
myth, art therapy, birth symbolism, dissociation and
DDIS. Conducted local and national child abuse awareness
in college, adult education, elementary schools and
nursery school settings.
journal articles and poetry. Has been written about
and had his art featured in newspapers, films, medical
magazines. A world leader in developing the theory
of Natalism, which illustrates parallels between
creative expression and the pre and perinatal experience
as seen through cross-cultural images and artistic
expressions in art.
stone, bronze, resin, wood and steel sculptures.
in group and one man shows at public and private
galleries, libraries, universities and psychology
and medical conferences. Won international awards
for stone and woodcarving. Has his sculpture in
private and corporate collections