Bill is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Pennsylvania, who holds a Master of Social Work degree from Rutgers University. Bill has over twelve years of experience working in the sexual abuse field, both directly with survivors and perpetrators. He has a passion for assisting disenfranchised populations to make positive life changes. Bill had extensive experience providing support and services through community-based providers before joining Edison Court in 2014 as a Clinical Therapist at Mathom House. Over the last five years, Bill has taken on an increasing number of administrative responsibilities, most recently serving as Deputy Director. As of October 2018, Bill now serves as Director of Mathom House and Easton Manor. He quickly developed a reputation as a collaborative, compassionate, and thoughtful leader. Bill strives to promote trauma-informed efforts for residents and staff alike, while reinforcing the program’s strong treatment curriculum, and building an overall positive culture within residential programming.