Lesley College Independent Study Graduate Program, Cambridge, MA. Master's in Archetypal Psychology and Art Therapy, August 1991.
Thesis: “To the Boundaries’ Edge- Notes on Beginning the practice of Archetypal Art Therapy”.
Evaluation Team:Thomas Moore, Ph.D., Marion Nesbit, Ph.D., Mary Watkins, Ph.D..
University of Indiana, Bloomington, IN.  M.F.A. in Painting, 1978.
Bennington College, Bennington, VT.   B.A. in Painting and Ceramics, (minor in music) 1976.
Works in Corporate and Other Collections
Allan & Gray Inc., New York City
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group, New York City
Bankers Trust, New York City
Fischbein & Badillo, Attys., New York City          
Glaxo Inc., Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina
Harford Trust, New York City
Handmade Oficiana de Papel Library Collection, Sao Paulo Brazil
Meredith Publishing Co., New York City
 R.C.A. Global Communications

Professional  Experience
Artist,Psychotherapist in private practice, New Marlborough MA. 1991-present.
Eagleton School, Great Barrington MA.Clinician at residential school for severely disturbed adolescent boys. Conducted individual and family therapy and oversaw all aspects of treatment.2003-2006.
Great Barrington Rudolf Steiner School, Great Barrington MA. 2004-2005: Taught life drawing and art history to the seventh graders.
Berkshire Community College, Pittsfield  MA,    Continuing Education Dept., taught color class [color theory and studio practice], winter 2001.
Canyon Ranch in the Berkshires, Lenox, MA. Art Therapist and Lecturer,  1995-96
Lesley College, Cambridge, MA.Adjunct Faculty. 1992-3.  Independent Study Graduate Program.
Simon’s Rock College, Great Barrington, MA.  1991-1992.   Adjunct staff member, Counseling Services. Individual and group therapy with students, including group for sexually-abused women.
Notre Dame University, South Bend, IN. July, 1992.  Delivered lecture  entitled “Examining Annunciations” at the Festival of Archetypal Psychology, in honor of James Hillman.
Simon’s Rock College, Great Barrington MA 1990-1991. Internship in Archetypal Art Therapy.
Bennington College July Program, Bennington VT 1988. Taught intensive drawing class for high school juniors and seniors.
Self-employed artist and art teacher New York, New York.1979-1989.  Exhibited paintings, drawings,  ceramics, and paperworks at a variety of galleries and museums, as well as  having work on consignment with numerous dealers and consultants including Bess Cutler, Condeso-Lawler, and Kathryn Markel Galleries, in NYC. 
Taught color, painting & drawing classes privately in studio. Taught figure sculpture at 92nd St. Y, NYC.92nd St. Y, New York, New York  1982. Taught figure sculpture class.
Learning to Read Through the Arts Program, sponsored by the Guggenheim Museum. 1980-1981, Taught painting, drawing and poetry to third, fourth, and sixth graders at P.S.1 in Manhattan.
Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY Oct.1980, Conducted paper-making workshop in Textile Department.
Indiana University, Bloomington IN 1977-1978, Graduate Teaching Assistantship. One of eight graduate students  chosen to teach Fundamental Studio, an introductory drawing class for undergraduates.
New York, NY 1976, Assistant to painter and printmaker Richard Haas.  Worked on large- scale mural projects.
Musee du Louvre, Paris, France. 1972, Worked in the Documentation Department.  Also obtained special permission to study and copy master drawings in the Cabinet des Dessins.
Scholarships and Awards
1986    Finalist for American Academy in Rome Fellowship in painting. (Prix de Rome).
1986    Two-month residency at the MacDowell Colony, Peterborough NH.
1985    Two-month residency at the MacDowell Colony, Peterborough NH.
1980-   Finalist for C.A.P.S. (Creative Arts Program Service) grant in painting (1980),
1982    and graphics (1981 and 1982); included in CAPS Visual Artists Slide File.
1981    Piece included in Museum of Modern Art Lending Service, NYC.

Recent Activity
Taught figure drawing and art history to the seventh grade at the Great Barrington Rudolf Steiner School [2005-2006].
Presently painting  and practicing psychotherapy in New Marlborough MA, where I live with my thirteen year old daughter Maeve. I am planning to begin a psychoanalytic training program at the C.G. Jung Center in New York City in Sept. 2007.