Dr. Weissman is Founding President and CEO of CFI Academy, The Child & Family Institute, and the Weissman Children’s Foundation. Dr. Weissman is a children’s public health and education leader and advocate, and a prolific researcher and author. He is President-Elect of the NY State Psychological Association CBT, IPD, and Clinical Divisions and the Westchester County Psychological Association, and is on the Board of Directors of many other mental health and education non-profits. Dr. Weissma has won many service and research awards for his work, including the 2020 Distinguished Contributions Award from the American Psychological Association and the Board of Professional Affairs. Dr. Weissman was recently selected as a 40-Under-40 “Rising Star” for Westchester County, NY- and he is currently a finalist for NY State. His behavioral health organization, CFI, was also honored this year as the top practice in the region. Dr. Weissman and his team recently launched a large-scale COVID Relief Initiative, bringing pro bono evidence-based mental and behavioral health services to children, families, and communities in crisis nationwide.
On the education front, Dr. Weissman comes from a long lineage of teachers, educators, and camp directors, and has been involved in educational initiatives throughout his life, including teaching and mentoring students at Harvard, Columbia, Penn, NYU, Rutgers, and Yeshiva Universities. In addition, Dr. Weissman led educational tours for teenagers across the Western U.S. and Canada, Europe, and Hawaii from 1998-2013 as an Owner/Director of Weissman Teen Tours. Dr. Weissman was a dedicated college athlete and musician, and brings his passion for the intersection of progressive education and mental and behavioral wellness -- including high-level performance in athletics and the arts -- to the CFI Academy leadership team.
Kirk Spahn, Founder and President of ICL Academy, is a fourth-generation educator with more than two decades in the field. After graduating from Dartmouth College in 1999, he worked for Schoolmaster.net, an early online learning platform based in London. In 2001 Kirk co-founded the Institute for Civic Leadership (ICL), an award-winning youth-educational nonprofit organization that opened up the Nasdaq stock exchange in 2008 and has been featured on CNN, FOX, CBS, WB, Channel 1, and Discovery. Over nearly two decades, ICL has trained thousands of student leaders, supported hundreds of student-led service initiatives, and opened a fully accredited, nonprofit performing arts school in 2015.
In 2013, he worked with the IBO to help launch the IB Open World Schools program and in 2015 co-founded the Dwight Global Online School.
Kirk’s inspiration is his father, Chancellor Stephen Spahn of the Dwight School, and he hopes to lead ICL as long as Chancellor Spahn has been at the helm of Dwight—54 years and counting!
Randall Klein, Assistant Head of School at ICL, has over a decade of experience in education as a special education teacher, learning specialist, assistant director, admissions director and outreach coordinator. She received her Masters in Special Education grades 7-12 at Hunter College and Undergraduate Degree in Organizational Studies at the University of Michigan.
Randall began her career teaching High School in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, and Middle School at Wagner on the Upper East Side in Manhattan. She found her passion in cultivating her students’ love for learning, and knew that in order to make an impact, it needed to start with the teachers. She began her educational leadership at Fusion Academy as the Assistant Director, helping teachers improve their pedagogy to meet the needs of multiple types of learners. She facilitated department meetings, and created a variety of professional development opportunities, such as how to incorporate neuropsychological evaluations into lesson planning, to differentiate materials, modify instruction and develop targeted assessments. Her goal has always been to engage students by providing them with multiple opportunities to learn and express their knowledge. Randall is also certified to lead Restorative Circles to help support students’ social and emotional growth and support their interactions with peers. Randall then became the Director of Admissions and Outreach, working closely with families and students in the initial part of the admissions process, helping to determine the right fit program, as well as connecting with and collaborating with the professionals and resources in the surrounding community.
In her free time, Randall loves to be with her family and friends that she is very close with! She can be found at the gym, boxing, spinning, or running in the park! Randall doesn’t like to let too many people in on her comedic roots, but she used to perform stand-up comedy and still enjoys providing comedic relief to her friends, family, colleagues and students if need be!
Ethan Lin, Chief Operating Officer at ICL, started his career as a high school math teacher via Teach For America. Since then, he has worked in a variety of roles serving education, including management consultant, startup COO, policy and data work, and advocacy.
Previously, Ethan served as General Manager at Cialfo, an Education Technology startup. In addition, he was a founding member of ZeeMee, a Silicon Valley-based startup, where he was responsible for operations, finance, and managing relationships with thousands of schools and districts to grow users.
Judi Robinovitz, MS, CEP, is a Certified Educational Planner with more than 35 years of expderience in education. Specializing in residential therapeutic, special-needs, and traditional placements, she is the author of numerous books, articles, and software products and has been a featured speaker at national conferences. Judi is the founding owner of Score At The Top Learning Centers and Schools, a group of five AdvancED/Cognia-accredited educational facilities in South Florida. Judi brings to The Child And Family Institute her wealth of knowledge of hundreds of residential therapeutic/special-needs schools and programs across the country, as well as their clinicians.
In this realm of working with families in crisis, nothing replaces the most careful scrutiny that comes from Judi’s ongoing assessment visits to therapeutic schools and programs – and from following her clients throughout their term of placement. As one of the most traveled consultants in her profession, Judi, in collaboration with her colleague Marcy Salenieks, LCSW, accurately recommends the “best fit” wilderness programs, therapeutic boarding schools, and residential treatment centers for adolescents, teenagers, and young adults − as well as specific therapists.
During her tenure at Educational Testing Service, Robinovitz served as technical liaison to the College Board, the Law School Admission Council, and the Graduate Record Examination Board. She spearheaded the College Board's SAT prep software and made major contributions to their test preparation books. Frequently taking the SAT, Robinovitz scored a perfect 800 on both sections of the test. Judi was part of the founding faculty of two private schools in Boca Raton, Florida; she created their college guidance programs and served as Director of College Guidance to the first five graduating classes of each school.
As an active member of the Independent Educational Consultants Association, the National Association for College Admission Counseling, the National Association for Therapeutic Schools and Programs, and the Secondary School Admission Test Board, Robinovitz is part of a professional network of admission directors, educators, psychologists and other educational consultants. She is also a member of the National Learning Disabilities Association and the Orton Dyslexia Society.
Robinovitz studied at Harvard University, Rutgers University, and the University of Connecticut. She holds graduate and undergraduate degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science, both with highest honors. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. When she’s not working with families or visiting schools and program around the country, you’ll find her on the golf course with her husband or playing with her two young grandchildren.
LeAnn Elder, Head of School, Score Academy Boca Raton/Virtual. LeAnn is a licensed architect with a B.S. from The University of Virginia and MA in Architecture from Harvard. At both UVA and Harvard, LeAnn held a variety of teaching assistantships. Her passion for them led to community service projects, including introducing inner-city children to architecture in Baltimore. She has also taught at Florida Atlantic University, and has passed Florida teaching exams for all middle school subjects, high school math, technology, and health.
Her current interests include piano and weightlifting. She’s a mother of two, and loves mentoring her own children. Today she brings to her work those qualities that touch what she has always been truly passionate about – education and children.
As Head of School, LeAnn optimizes her strong and enthusiastic commitment to ensuring that Score Academy students – in-person and virtual − are truly engaged in their learning. She oversees Score Boca’s professional teaching staff, and works collaboratively with our parents, students, and teachers to ensure top-quality education and support.
Robin Kantor, Head of School, Score Academy Palm Beach Gardens/Virtual. Robin received undergraduate and graduate degrees from Vanderbilt’s Peabody College of Education. She began teaching in New York City’s South Bronx. Since 2006, back in Florida, she has worked in the Palm Beach County public schools as a teacher, professional development and curriculum specialist, and school administrator. She’s dedicated to identifying students’ strengths and utilizing community-based and school resources to meet their needs and find a pathway to student success. She has worked with 4-year-old VPK children and with high school graduates; with students and families in need of safety and security first, and with top students at Suncoast High School. Robin knows that a one-size-fits-all model does not meet student needs in today’s global economy.
Robin is a wife and mother of two. Parenting has her an even deeper understanding of how important her role is as Head of School. No family request is too small, no worry too insignificant – if it matters to you, it matters to Robin. She treats every child as her own. At Score Academy, she loves working with unique and special students and families from Florida and around the world.
Maggie Alexander, Head of School, Score Academy Wellington/Virtual. Maggie discovered the power of individualized education as an undergraduate tutor at George Washington University. She conveys her goals for education this way: “In order to be successful in college or any profession, a student must learn to articulate thoughts in writing and in speech." As Academic Director and College Counselor at another tutoring service, she tutored students in the humanities, social sciences, and writing and helped them with their college applications and essays. She has worked in college admissions and financial aid in Massachusetts, and served as Wellesley College’s assistant squash coach.
Maggie focuses on holistic student assessment leading to individualized academic programs for students. She takes pride in providing an environment conducive to reaching academic goals. For college-bound students, she’s intent on helping them find their best-fit schools. As a former Division I athlete and team captain, Maggie takes a particular interest in serving student-athletes. She has extensive experience advising students who are trying to balance academics, athletics, and other activities. Maggie also has experience providing academic support for students with learning challenges.
A life-long equestrian, she understands from personal experience how to integrate high-level competition in the ring with achievement of academic goals. Maggie holds a graduate degree in sociology from George Washington and a certificate in college counseling from UCLA.Maggie supports and advocates dog rescue. Her other interests include competing on the national show jumping circuit, traveling the world, Texas Hold’em, cooking, and following college and professional sports.
Lauren Coppola-Dwoskin, Head of School, Score Academy Broward County/Virtual. Lauren helps ensure your child’s success by discussing in depth your student's needs, creating and overseeing an appropriate support plan, and carefully matching your child to the best teacher based on learning style and personality. She works collaboratively with students, parents, classroom teachers, and tutors to ensure top-quality service to our client families so that students gain the confidence they need to succeed in school.
She shares her a passion for education gained over years of experience in tutoring students of all ages. A Yale graduate with a B.A. in History, she spent seven years in New York City teaching students one-on-one. Lauren took pride shaping curricula and adapting her teaching style to suit individual student’s needs – she has developed expertise in teaching students with learning disabilities. Lauren successfully prepared students for the SAT/PSAT, ACT, SAT Subject Tests, and SSAT, and tutored in several academic subjects. She also helps students fine-tune their college application essays. As a graduate of Deerfield Academy, Lauren is an invaluable resource for families who want to learn about the boarding school experience.
Lauren firmly believes in the importance of individualized educational services for students. With her remarkable range of education experience, Lauren is thrilled to serve as an advocate for both students and parents.
Lauren lives with her husband in Boca Raton. A self-proclaimed foodie, she enjoys exploring new restaurants, although she’s still a neophyte in her own kitchen!
Kathy Rogers, Score Academy Intake Coordinator. Families considering Score Academy as their virtual school choice speak with Kathy. In addition to her firsthand insight into the specialties of all four Score Academies, she directs Score’s learning centers in Boca Raton and Palm Beach Gardens. Having grown up an army brat with typical family moves from posting to posting, she easily and quickly makes anyone feel comfortable and at home.
Kathy graduated with a BS in Human Environmental Sciences and a concentration in Child Development from the University of Alabama. Applying her degree in her own life, Kathy has homeschooled her two children for over a decade. She understands the effort that goes into creating an engaging, successful education milieu. She adds a wealth of personal knowledge and experience as both educator and parent. She has applied her skills in other domains, too: she and her husband held the position of Student Ministers at their church for many years. In that role, Kathy helped teens and their parents navigate the sometimes rough and stressful waters of adolescence.
Drawing heavily on her years of teaching and tutoring at Score’s schools and learning centers, Kathy puts together an educational plan to best meet a student’s academic needs – from struggling learners and children on the spectrum to accelerated and gifted students.
Whether you're seeking full-time or part-time schooling, tutoring, test prep, or a course for credit, Kathy coordinates the process for both virtual and in-person students. She collaborates with our four School Heads when families have an interest in enrolling their students in one of our private schools; oversees all support services in two of our learning center centers; and works with homeschooling families in curriculum design, course scheduling, and enrichment planning. Kathy also stays in close touch with local schools, setting up test-prep workshops and college-planning seminars on their campuses, and organizing AP review sessions and summer-school classes.
Dr. Kristi B. Hoffmann is the Clinical Director of the Pediatric Assessment Center at CFI. She is a licensed clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist. Dr. Hoffmann earned a B.S in psychology from Louisiana State University and an M.A. in forensic psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. She went on to earn a second M.A. and a Psy.D. in clinical psychology with an emphasis in neuropsychology from the Institute of Graduate Clinical Psychology at Widener University. She completed her pre-doctoral internship through a two-year APA approved captive internship program. Her first internship year was spent in two private practices in Bryn Mawr, PA, one specializing in pediatrics and the other in adult forensic cases, and her second internship year was spent in the epilepsy department of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Hoffmann completed her postdoctoral fellowship training in neuropsychology at The Brain Clinic under Dr. James L. Thomas in New York City.
Dr. Hoffmann specializes in the assessment of learning disabilities, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, traumatic brain injuries, and dementia among other neurologic disorders. She also specializes in evaluations for high stakes testing. Dr. Hoffmann prides herself on making the testing experience a therapeutic experience for the individuals she works with. Additionally, Dr. Hoffmann is the Director of Southern Westchester Neuropsychological Services, a small private practice in lower Westchester, providing neuropsychological evaluations for children, adolescents and adults. She is also currently a member of the American Psychological Association – Division 40 Clinical Neuropsychology, the National Academy of Neuropsychology, the New York State Psychological Association, the New York Neuropsychology Group and the Westchester County Psychological Association.
Dr. Preeti Saigal is the Clinical Director of the Pediatric Assessment Center at CFI Manhattan and Brooklyn. She is a licensed clinical psychologist, with specialized training in areas of health psychology, rehabilitation psychology, and neuropsychology with both children and adults. Dr. Saigal earned her B.A. in psychology from the University of Michigan, immediately followed by her Ph.D. at the George Washington University. She completed her pre-doctoral residency at the Manhattan Campus of the Department of Veterans Affairs - New York Harbor Healthcare System, followed by a 2-year post-doctoral fellowship in pediatric psychology and neuropsychology at the Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation at NYU Langone Medical Center.
Prior to joining CFI, Dr. Saigal worked at NYU Langone Medical Center (NYULMC) for almost 13 years. Following completion of her fellowship, Dr. Saigal remained at the Rusk Institute, a physical rehabilitation hospital setting, where she provided psychotherapeutic services and neuropsychological evaluations to pediatric and young adult patients with a range of complex medical and neuro-developmental conditions with associated developmental, learning, and psychiatric disorders. Dr. Saigal subsequently joined the Stephen D. Hassenfeld Children’s Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at NYULMC where she served as a program manager responsible for overseeing psychosocial programs and services for patients with pediatric cancers, blood disorders, brain tumors, and neurofibromatosis. While there, she continued to provide clinical services including individual and group therapy, consultations, and neuropsychological evaluations. In addition to her hospital experience, Dr. Saigal has worked in private practice settings providing comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations to pediatric patients with a wide range of developmental, learning and social-emotional concerns. As part of her evaluations, Dr. Saigal is well versed in educational liaison and advocacy needs, often working with families to navigate important transitions such as from pre-school to elementary school, or who may be seeking alternative or specialized school placement or services. Dr. Saigal has experience working actively and collaboratively with school personnel, educational attorneys, advocates, and clinical providers to ensure her patients receive the necessary supports and services in early childhood and throughout their education.
Therapeutically, Dr. Saigal has lengthy experience working with children and their families facing complex developmental, medical, and other social-emotional challenges. She has a bio-psychosocial approach to treatment that incorporates understanding of a child’s developmental presentation, family structure, and cultural background in order to guide therapeutic and evidence-based interventions best suited to their needs and abilities.
As President of New Frontiers, (www.nfil.net), Daniel Koffler provides the overall strategic direction and short/long term planning agenda, while overseeing the financial, marketing and business development aspects of the business. NF is an executive functioning coaching organization. NF provides academic, social, transitional and vocational supports to students with a range of abilities and interests, allowing them to maximize their potential—successful, independent, self-advocating adults. After the sale of a majority of the assets of MetSchools, his family’s education business, Daniel’s focus moved to the special education practice within the MetSchools portfolio (including Aaron School, www.aaronschool.org, and Rebecca School, www.rebeccaschool.org).
This ultimately led to the founding of NF, in response to a recurring pattern of students (with or without learning differences) transitioning to college (and/or other post High School life experiences) without being fully prepared for the new expectations assigned to them at the next stage of life. NF’s individualized coaching model works on the HOW to address the initial challenges of establishing strategies for success, while ultimately reducing our presence in the equation (as self-advocacy skills improve) so that there isn’t a continuous reliance on the coach—rather, that responsibility is shifted to the individual receiving support.
Daniel is a member of Young Presidents Organization (http://www.ypo.org/) and is a member of the Advisory Board for the Pace University Lubin School of Business Transformative Leadership Program (https://tl.pace.edu/transformative-leadership-difference.html). He holds a BS in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing from George Washington University (www.gwu.edu). Personally, he is married with 3 children, including a set of twins.
Samantha Curiale-Feinman, MS.Ed., TSHH, Director of New Frontiers. As the Director, Samantha leads the programmatic development and delivery at New Frontiers. Samantha graduated from LIU Post with a Masters Degree in Special Education and is a licensed speech therapist and special educator. She sat on the Executive Board of CHADD of Nassau County and has acted as the Co-President of the Long Island Professionals ADHD Consortium. Her professional experiences include Speech Therapist, Special Education Teacher, and Adjunct Associate Professor in the School of Education at Pace University. Samantha has supported clients with various learning differences at the secondary and postsecondary levels, as well as consulted with staff, clients and families to assist in the transition process. She has presented research, workshops and professional development seminars and webinars at various national conferences, CUNY and private colleges, high schools, SEPTAs and local organizations.
Daniel Riseman is a New York State certified teacher (grades 7-12) in Math, English Language Arts, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Physics, and Social Studies and has an Advanced Certificate in Special Education. For the past 18 years, Daniel has provided in-home, subject-based tutoring. He also customizes lessons to prepare students for the SAT, ACT, SAT Subject Tests, ISEE, SSAT, and TACHS. Riseman Educational Consulting, LLC has been awarded “Best of Westchester” for College Prep the past five consecutive years.
As a member of the National Association for College Admissions Counseling, Daniel assists students with every step of the college admissions process. He has helped students get admitted into MIT, Harvard, Princeton, University of Chicago, Dartmouth, University of Pennsylvania, Johns Hopkins, Columbia, Duke, Brown, Cornell, Washington University in St. Louis, Amherst, Wesleyan, Haverford, Swarthmore, Pomona, Middlebury, Bowdoin, Vanderbilt, Northwestern, University of Virginia, Berkeley, Rice, Notre Dame, Georgetown, Tufts, Emory, Carnegie Mellon, Wake Forest, Michigan, UCLA, University of North Carolina, among others. He also helps college students with the transfer process and graduate school admissions.
Daniel has served as a featured education writer and contributor for Psychology Today, The Fiscal Times, Yahoo Finance, Foxnews, The Week, Education News, MSN Money, Institute of Sport, STEM Education Digest, The Awakened Wire, Conservative News, Special Needs Digest, Entertainment News, and LifeZette. He has also served as an on-air educational expert for EWTN.
Debra Resnicoff BA, MFA, LMSW. Debra has specialized in college and graduate application and essay strategies for over fifteen years. She emphasizes a holistic admissions strategy that follows a roadmap of student personality, interests, accomplishments, goals, and dreams. Her student-focused approach offers encouragement and emphasizes unique qualities and strengths. This tried-and-true method combines exploratory writing, discussions, and rigorous drafting. Her students’ essays are vivid and tell well-crafted stories that illustrate character and curiosity. Debra spends significant care to show students how they fit different schools and majors, supporting a healthy admissions process that emphasizes lowering stress while setting high goals.
A graduate of Columbia University, Debra is a published author and produced screenwriter. For ten years she was a Creative Writing Instructor in the Columbia University High School Program. Her training in writing, theater, and film lends itself to a fun, creative learning experience. Recent graduate-level training in clinical counseling allows Debra to effectively support families who have encountered learning and behavioral challenges. She brings a depth of experience with second-language learners as well as international and first-generation students. When she is not working with students, she can be found walking in Central Park with her Jack Russell terrier Scooby.
Debra’s students have been accepted to all eight Ivy League universities and highly sought-after institutions including Stanford, MIT, Caltech, Duke, UVA, NYU, Vanderbilt, UMich, Wash U in St. Louis, Tulane, Williams, Georgetown, Northwestern, University of Chicago, Oxford, Johns Hopkins, Tufts, UCLA, and Berkeley. An average of 80 percent of Debra’s students have been accepted via early decision or early action, while the remaining 20 percent were offered admission to a second or third choice.
Emily Henning is an Ivy League-educated tutor specializing in English and History. She graduated from Brown University in 2019 with honors in Literary Arts and a GPA in the 93rd percentile of her graduating class. Emily has a passion for language, and helping students express themselves in writing and excel at standardized testing. She has been working as a tutor and mentor for the past five years. Through experiences as varied as advising high school students from underserved communities on the college application process to leading university workshops about imposter syndrome, Emily has cultivated the skills to help students of all ages and academic levels. As a tutor, Emily prioritizes fit. Her teaching pedagogy revolves around the student. She designs a tutoring curriculum based on the individual needs of her students, focusing on obtaining measurable, timely, and realistic goals. Whether she's working with a seventh grader to prepare for an ELA state test, or helping a high school senior with college essays, Emily is committed to helping her students excel. She is an expert on the SAT English section and enjoys showing students that, despite all the fear mongering advanced by prep companies, it is absolutely attainable for most students to receive a 700 or higher if they study smart. When Emily is not working with students, she enjoys reading, traveling, and taking long walks in Prospect Park with her dog.
For years, The Child & Family Institute (CFI) has been a leader in the behavioral health field, working closely with children, parents, and practitioners in the community along their journeys of wellness, growth, and learning. After much behind the scenes work with many partners and collaborators, we are excited to announce the launch of CFI Academy, our new Low-Cost Online Private School, in partnership with ICL Academy, a Dwight School affiliate, and Score Academy, a series of premier online private, college prep middle and high schools (grades 7-12, additional options for K-12). Collaborating with experienced, fully accredited programs, and top experts in the education field, families will have the dual benefit of attending a virtual school backed by the ICL and Score leadership teams -- and reputations as pioneers in progressive education and online learning -- along with the customized integration of CFI's internationally renowned, full-service evidence-based behavioral health and academic support programming, including:
1) Individual and Group Evidence-Based Therapy
2) Speech and Occupational Therapy
3) Holistic Health and Nutritional Counseling
4) Psychoeducational and Neuropsychological Testing
5) Psychopharmacology/Medication Management
6) Executive Functioning and Study Skills Coaching
7) Academic Subject Tutoring and Remediation
8) Special Education Advocacy and Support- including 504 and IEP Planning
9) Customized ACT, SAT, and College Prep
During this difficult time of added stress and anxiety due to COVID-19, we know there is a great deal of uncertainty regarding the Fall 2020 semester:
Will school be safe? Will my child's public or private school be prepared to teach online? Will my child be engaged? And most importantly from an education standpoint, will learning occur?
Due to these concerns, and the dearth of affordable high quality virtual education options available, CFI leaders felt compelled to create a customized in-house online education solution for our families. CFI Academy was designed for a wide range of student needs and niches, including:
1) High Quality College Preparation
2) Customized One-on-One Education Planning
3) Comprehensive Behavioral Health/Learning Needs
4) Competitive Sports/Arts Performance
5) Non-Conventional Calendar Year Schedules
6) International Students
Our strategic partnerships with ICL and Score provide trusted and affordable online school options featuring top-notch teachers and educators, with a focus on student care and engagement. We strive to tailor the online academic experience to each individual student's strengths and passions -- building confidence, mastery, work ethic, and accountability.
We look forward to introducing CFI Academy in our upcoming webinar (details to follow), and are eager to share online education resources and information with parents, families, and our colleagues in the community (please see our program flyer attached). Above all, we understand how important it is to find the right school for students and parents, particularly during these challenging times, and we are here to help. If you would like to learn more about CFI Academy, please feel free to contact us at CFIAcademy@childfamilyinstitute.com.
Until then, we're sending our very best wishes to you and your family for a safe and healthy summer.
Adam S. Weissman, Ph.D.
Founding President, CEO, and Chief Psychologist
The Child & Family Institute and Weissman Behavioral Health
Weissman Children's Foundation and CFI Academy
NY, NJ, CT, PA, FL, MI, CA
Adjunct Professor, Columbia University-Teacher's College
President-Elect, Westchester County Psychological Association
President-Elect, New York State Psychological Association, CBT Division
2020 Distinguished Contributions Award, American Psychological Association
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