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Paula Chu, Ph.D., Associate Director
is licensed as a professional counselor in Connecticut and as a mental health counselor in New York, with private practices in both states. She worked for 16 years at the Ethel Walker School, dividing those years between serving as Director of Counseling and Academic Dean. [above: far right]

Roland Davis, MSW, Ph.D.
is an educational consultant with expertise in the transition of students of color from high school to college, as well as school climate and culture. Working with educators and students from both high school and university levels, he was formerly the Assistant Head of the Middlesex School, and was the Director of the Office of Intercultural Education and Associate Dean of Students at Bates College. [second from right]

Sam Osherson, Ph.D.
is a Professor of Psychology at the Fielding Graduate Institute. A psychotherapist and prolific author, he has written several books, including Finding Our Fathers: How a Man’s Life Is Shaped by the Relationship with His Father. His most recent book is The Stethoscope Cure, a novel about war and psychotherapy. He blogs for Psychology Today at www.psychologytoday.com/blog/listen. [second from left]

Ellen Porter Honnet, Ed.D., Institute Director
is a psychologist with expertise in cross-cultural issues, adolescent sexuality and listening skills. Working with teens and young adults, her training was at the Harvard and Wellesley College Health Services. She was for several years a residential dean and Assistant Dean for Co-education/Sexual Harassment Hearing Officer at Harvard College. [far left]

Janet Sand, Ph.D.
is a psychologist in independent practice. She was a clinician and supervisor at the Harvard Univesity Mental Health Service, serving students, faculty, staff, and their families. She has a particular interest in the current state of couples and families, and its relation to stress and anxiety. [center]