PhD (1970) University of Wisconsin MSW (1991) Hunter College School of Social Work, New York CSW (1991)and LMSW License (2004) #04-3110

My Expert Service

I have 28 years of experience as a licensed psychotherapist as well as 14 years as a life coach. In addition, I have had an academic career as a university-based sociologist who pioneered a course in the sociology of human sexuality and taught it for nearly 25 years.
Because of my academic background, I am familiar with social science and psychological research on infidelity. It can have many causes and often be understood by both members of a couple in radically different ways. The key to coping lies in recognizing this often neglected reality and incorporating this knowledge into action to preserve, modify, or end a relationship.
As a therapist, I have helped many people address infidelity and determine, with a clearer head, how to move forward.

Experience & Qualifications

Clinical Social Worker in mental health clinics and private practice since 1991; Life Coach since 2004; Professor of Sociology at University of California, Santa Barbara(1968-71)and Queens College, CUNY (1971-2008)