I am a Licensed Psychologist and a Professor in the Educational Psychology at the University of Texas. I graduated with a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Maryland, with an undergraduate degree from University of Michigan. I have 20 years of expertise in research and practice in the psychology of men and masculinity, help-seeking barriers, fathering, and innovative/alternative therapeutic approaches. I’ve taught courses in counseling ethics, theories, research, and clinical supervision.
I’m also a Husband and Father of two amazing children. A huge sports fan, I (obviously) enjoy the outdoors and exercise. Other hobbies include playing frisbee, cards, backgammon, travel, and going to concerts.
I’ve always been one to do some of my best thinking and reflecting outdoors — and while moving. For me, the practice of walk therapy is a natural and exciting fit.