I currently live in Budapest, Hungary with my wife Joyce and together we provide educational assessments to school students in Southeast Asia. Previously, I worked as a School Psychologist in a public High School with experience as a school district special education administrator. I received my Bachelors of Science degree from Grace College (Winona Lake, IN) in Behavioral Studies and a minor in Biblical studies in 1981. I attended Talbot Seminary and then Philadelphia College of Bible (now called Cairn University) with Joyce where we received our Masters degree in Christian Counseling together. I also attended Azusa Pacific University completing two thirds of my Doctorate in Psychology, but made a course change to Educational Psychology and never returned to the clinical program. It is my desire to use my experience and training in the area of educational psychology internationally to help families who have children that struggle to learn.