Bill is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Pennsylvania, who holds a Master of Social Work degree from Rutgers University. He became a part of Edison Court in 2014 as a Clinical Therapist at Mathom House. In 2016, Bill transitioned to the role of Clinical Coordinator to oversee day-to-day operations of clinical team members and to provide clinical consultation, when needed. In 2017, Bill became the Deputy Director of Mathom House and Easton Manor, a role that oversees day-to-day responsibilities program-wide. Bill has prior experience providing individual and group therapy as well as evaluation services to adolescents who demonstrate problematic sexual behavior and adult sexual offenders. Bill specializes in working with child, adolescent, and adult trauma survivors and has provided individual and group therapy services to this population as well. He is a certified Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapist and is also certified to provide services to individuals who have experienced violence and trauma. Bill’s therapeutic approach primarily focuses on Cognitive-Behavioral techniques with an additional focus on the Interpersonal Process to assist individuals in making positive life changes.