I graduated with a BS and MA from Eastern New Mexico University and completed a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Oklahoma in 1971. I built and served as clinical director of Norman Counseling Clinic from 1984 to 2013, and have conducted a private practice since 1972. I have supervised a multidisciplinary clinical staff including MD, LCSW, PhD and LPC with a wide variety of special interests and clinical acumen. Also I served on both the adjunct and professional staff of the University of Oklahoma for many years, lecturing in the areas of
psychotherapy, diagnostics, and therapeutic systems at Air Force bases around the world. I recently took a short break and moved back to New Mexico, having grown up in Albuquerque, and established an outpatient practice there. I returned to Norman, Oklahoma, and have my new office at 3280 Marshall Drive, Norman Oklahoma 73072.
Most people at times during their life experience “problems in living,” and a therapeutic relationship free from judgment or unrealistic expectations can help deal with these issues and help people find solutions and reduce the anxiety, depression and daily turmoil as they find new ways to deal with life’s problems.