I was granted my clinical Psy.D. from California School of Professional Psychology, San Diego in 2007. My masters of arts in psychology was granted from that same institution in 2005. I graduated from Whitman College in 2002 with my bachelor's degree in History.
My recent manuscript, Starting a Financially Successful Private Practice in Clinical Psychology: A Guide for Graduate Students and Early Career Psychologists, is currently available through Amazon.com.
In 2009 I published my book, "MMPI-2 Personality Profiles of Male Victims of Domestic Violence" which is available on Amazon.com. Having written my doctoral dissertation on domestic violence, I understand the importance of learning more about the way that domestic violence affects individuals. From 2005-2007 I served a research team for school violence prevention in creating the first university and college violence prevention program in the United States. I am currently an associate professor of psychology at Trinity Lutheran College.