I have worked with individuals with developmental disorders since 1987 first as a Special Education teacher, then as a School Psychologist, and finally as a Clinical Psychologist. I received my Ph.D. in Clinical/School Psychology from Hofstra University in Long Island, New York and have worked in private clinic, residential, and university settings. I began specializing in Autism Spectrum Disorders in 2004. Much of my initial training was gained through attending conferences and training sponsored by UNC-TEACCH, although the bulk of my experience was gained through working at the University of Washington Autism Center from 2008-2013. I recently moved to Greensboro, North Carolina with my wife and two daughters from Tacoma, Washington and have gained permanent licensure in North Carolina as a Psychologist-Health Service Provider.