PsyD Alum Talks About Seasonal Affective Disorder

Ted Green, PsyD ’15 speaks about summertime depression, a type of Seasonal Affective Disorder.  While a student, Ted interned at Albany Psychology Internship Consortium – Albany Medical Center. He now works at Gundersen Health System in Wisconsin, providing psychotherapy, assessment, supervision, and research and also teaches psychology at Western Technical College. He is currently gathering data for a study on the effectiveness of clinical hypnosis on a number of disorders and is getting certified in clinical hypnosis by the American Society for Clinical Hypnosis.

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