Middle School Generalists
Teaches undergraduate psychology courses at The New School in Manhattan, where he is currently a PhD candidate in Clinical Psychology. He has trained in clinical techniques, research theory, and administering and interpreting psychological assessments. Michael received his MA in General Psychology from The New School for Social Research, and a BA in Communications from Northwestern University. He has experience tutoring a range of students, from middle school to graduate school. Outside of the classroom, Michael is an avid biker, chef, baker, and board-games enthusiast! He and his husband live in Park Slope with their rescue dog, Piper.