I grew up in Atlanta GA at a time when it was a quieter, simpler place to live than it is now. Paying no attention to the world news, I got drafted and went to Vietnam. I was wounded, but undeterred, continued to play tennis and golf. I graduated from The University of West Georgia with a Masters degree in Humanistic Psychology.
I began working as a psychologist in a state mental health facility before entering private practice, I left my practice to get a PH.D. at the University of Georgia.
After receiving my Psychology License, I went back to private practice full time. For the last forty years, I have been a student of life. I believe that every person has the right to find what generates their passion and makes them happy. Creating healthy patterns is the fastest and most efficient way to do that. I am married to Jeannie, who is my partner in all things.