Bachelor in Psychology with honors, Yale University,1960. Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology, University of Minnesota, 1964, Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology, 1967. Certified in psychoanalysis William Alanson White Institute Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis and Psychology, 1973.
Research assistant psychology and psychiatry departments Yale University Medical School, New Haven, 1958-1960. Teacher English, Ramla-Lod High School, Ramla, Israel, 1960-1961. Clinical psychologist Mental Hygiene Clinic, University of Minnesota Health Svc., Minneapolis, 1966-1968, Hamm Memorial Psychiatric Clinic, St. Paul, 1968-1969.
National Institute of Mental Health fellow in clinical services White Institute, New York City, 1969-1971. Chief psychologist Riverdale (New York) Mental Health Center, 1971-1982. Consultant clinical psychologist Patrick J. Frawley Mental Health Clinic, Good Samaritan Hospital, Suffern, New York, 1980-1982, Bronx Counseling Services, Big Sisters, Inc., Bronx (New York) Family Court, 1981-1985.
Consultant clinical psychologistAbbott House, Irvington, New York, 1979-1983. Director Department Health and Clinical Supervisor, 1983-1984. Supervisor psychotherapy Bronx Center Community Supervisor, New York,1985.
Consultant clinical psychologist The Epilepsy Institute, New York City, 1985-1986. Private practice psychoanalysis, psychotherapy, and clinical psychology, New York City, White Plains, New York, 1969-1986, Ventura and Oxnard, California, 1986^;president, founder Partnerships for a Better Community, Oxnard, 1988^, public, editor Health Examiner. Editor Concerns of Disabled Persons and the Elderly.
Founder, president Generations: An Aging Network.
Member of American Psychological Association, Ventura County Psychological Association, National Register Health Service Providers Psychology.
Married Marsha Lynn Danet, October 23, 1965.