Bill holds an M.P.A. from Northeastern University, a M.Div. from Yale Divinity School, and most recently, an M.A. in Counseling Psychology from Antioch. Bill spent 20 years in the ministry prior to working in the addictions field. He has worked with a variety of client populations, including ex-offenders and low income persons. One main area of interest lies in the spiritual issues connected to addiction and recovery.
Bill finds it rewarding to work with people who begin to see recovery less in terms of fear of consequences and more in terms of an inner drive to health and wholeness. Bill stresses that the mind-body connection and an increased awareness of sensation can lead to deeper levels of spirit and personality. These insights, in conjunction with the therapeutic relationship, can lead to fundamental orientations regarding our human experience.