Professional Psychology, 1977
Completion of Certification program in Neuropsychology, Fielding Institute,
Licensed Psychologist: Pennsylvania
School Psychologist: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania
Certificate of School Psychology
Diplomate in School Neuropsychology
Children's Psychiatric Center: Eatontown, NJ (APA-approved)
September, 1964 through August, 1965, full time.
Erwin Friedman and Gerald Weinberger
Assessment Approaches for the School Psychologist
American Psychological Association
(School Psychology and Neuropsychology Divisions)
of School Psychologists
Society for Research in Child Development
Pennsylvania Psychological Association
Association of School
Psychologists in Pennsylvania
International Association for
Cognitive Psychology and Education
Retired as of July, 2004
psychoeducational consultation and training.
psychologist for Freidman Associates, Bala Cynwyd, PA
2002: adjunct professor, consultant, Touro College (NYC)
Graduate School of Education & Psychology, Touro College (NY).
Full Professor and Director of School Psychology Program
Consultant Psychologist, Research for Better Schools and United
Cerebral Palsy Association (PA)
1989-1991: School Psychology
Program, Temple University, Dean's appointment and Coordinator of
Early Childhood Specialization for School Psychologists
Clinic Team Services, United Cerebral Palsy Association (PA).
Department Director and chief psychologist. Services to Head Start
and day care.
1975-1980: Child and Family Services, Hall-Mercer
Community Mental Health/Mental Retardation Services, Pennsylvania
Hosptial. Staff (school) psychologist.
Department, Moss Rehabilitation Hospital: Pediatric psychologist.
1970-1973: Montgomery County Intermediate Unit (PA). School psychologist
and Coordinator of Gifted Programs.
1965-1970: School psychologist
in variety of communities in Monmouth County (NJ): Belmar, Colts
Neck, Freehold Township, Bradley Beach, Keansburg, Asbury Park (last
three, summer Head Start Programs)
1964-1965: Children's Psychiatric
Center, Eatontown (NJ). Full time, APA approved internship.
Awards and Honors:
University of Tennessee
Teaching Assistantship, Rutgers University
Travel Award: National Association of School Psychologists
D. Weitz Award: Rutgers University, GSAPP
Lecture: Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA (1998)
Annual Darlisa Thurmond Memorial Lecture.Dynamic Assessment. Queens
College, School of Education (March, 2000)
Consultant Editor (current):
to 2001: Special Services in the Schools (name changed; became
Journal of Applied School Psychology)
2001 to present: Journal
of Applied School Psychology
2000-present: Educational &