Throughout his career, Bill has continually integrated his theoretical and applied interests in family therapy, postmodernism, narrative therapy, and Buddhism with his practice of clinical psychology. He believes in merging the personal and the professional, and through his academic work, publications and presentations, he has tried to present his thinking in as accessible a manner as possible.
Bill was a co-founder of the Brattleboro Family Institute, in Brattleboro, VT. The Institute hosted workshops with many the most prominent family therapists in the world, providing training to psychologists and mental health workers in rural New England. In addition, he was a co-founder of one of the first online continuing education programs that was an APA-approved sponsor.
Bill received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the Fielding Institute in 1983. He is a licensed psychologist in Vermont and New Hampshire and is a Diplomate in Family Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology. He lives on a large woodlot in rural Vermont with his partner of over 35 years.