Ed received his master’s in psychology from Goddard College, Vermont and his doctorate in communication from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY. Ed has been in private psychotherapy practice since 1975 and began focusing on veteran’s issues in 1979.
His pioneering work with Post traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) or, in his words, ‘loss of the soul’ is the basis for his recent book “War and the Soul”. He continues his healing work with veterans and other trauma survivors with innovative yet time-honored methods.
Ed has extensively studied both classical Greek and Native American traditions and successfully integrates their methods into modern clinical work. Ed, a widely published writer, is the also the author of “The Golden Tortoise: Journeys in Viet Nam”, “Sacred Mountain: Encounters of the Vietnam Beast”, and “The Practice of Dream Healing: Bringing Ancient Greek Mysteries into Modern Medicine”.
Kate holds a master’s degree in clinical psychology as well as post graduate certification from the Hartford Family Institute. She has been in private practice
for over two decades.
As a therapist and workshop leader Kate specializes in grief and loss, trauma, and depression. She is also an adjunct professor at Russell Sage College in Troy, NY and a published writer.