Paula Chu, Ph.D.
is a counselor in independent practice in Connecticut. Previously,
she was the Director of Counseling at the Ethel Walker School, where
she taught the school's psychology offerings and was for many years academic dean.
[above: far right]
Roland Davis, MSW, Ph.D.
is Assistant Head of School at the Middlesex School. He was previously the Director of the Office of Intercultural Education and Associate Dean
of Students at Bates College. He has been a counselor and administrator
at Harvard and Dartmouth and has particular interest in the transition
of students of color from high school to college. [second
Sam Osherson, Ph.D.
is chair of the psychology faculty
at the Fielding Graduate Institute. A psychotherapist, teacher, 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,
and The Hidden Wisdom of Parents: Real Stories that Will Help You to
Be a Better Parent. [second from left]
Ellen Porter Honnet, Ed.D., Institute Director
is a counseling and consulting psychologist with expertise in cross-cultural
issues and adolescent sexuality. Recently a Psychology Fellow at Wellesley
College Counseling Center and Harvard University Health Services, she
was for several years Dean for Co-education at Harvard College. [far
Janet Sand, Ph.D.
is a clinical psychologist in independent practice. She was a clinician
and supervisor at the Harvard University Mental Health Service, serving
students, faculty, and their families. She was on the board of SOFAR
(Strategic Outreach to Families of All Reservists) helping to provide
support for families who have a member deployed in Iraq or Afghanistan. [center]