Dr. Bill Greenberg, Ph.D. is a Zen Teacher, Buddhist Priest and Dharma Successor of Roshi Genki.
He is a physician, psychotherapist, medical researcher and educator. He has served on national committees of the American Psychiatric Association, been Medical Director of a large New Jersey hospital, directed psychiatric education in a large internship program at Bergen Regional Medical Center, and took time to live in a trailer and work in relief efforts as a psychiatrist in the aftermath Katrina. Currently he is engaged in supervising international trials of psychiatric medications.
Paul Kahn, LCSW is a Zen Buddhist Priest and Master Zen Teacher in the lineage of Taizan Maezumi Roshi. A student and practitioner of Buddhism and yoga for over 40 years, he is Founder and Spiritual Director of Zen Garland and High Mountain Crystal Lake Zen Community. As a licensed social worker, mental health leader and administrator, SIFI-certified supervisor, instructor and psychotherapist in private practice with over 30 years of experience. He has designed and administered public and private mental health programs for disadvantaged people in New York and New Jersey. He helped pioneer quality treatment for persons with co-occurring conditions of mental illness and drug and alcohol addictions. He has studied psychoanalytic, cognitive behavioral, and Focusing schools of psychotherapy, and uses a multidimensional, spiritually informed approach in his treatment and teaching. Read more about Living Process Psychotherapy on his website.
Clarence. W. Duncan, Ph.D. has been a Counselor since 1956, first as a pastoral counselor, then since 1970, as a Counseling Psychologist. He has been an Assistant Professor at the University of Florida, Western Arizona University, and Antioch University. In these settings he has trained numerous paraprofessional and professional students in counseling and communication techniques. He has also been employed in the departments of Corrections and Mental Health for the State of Florida, and has been a consulting psychologist for the department of social services in Arizona where he was also the developer of a Mental Health Program for the Colorado River Indian Tribes. Before his retirement from psychological services he was the Executive Director of the Tri County Youth Services Bureau (Mental health agency for children and adolescents) in southern Maryland, and from 1986 to 1997 he was exclusively in private practice.
Rev. Tim Sei-on Dunn, LCSW, LCADC is an ordained Protestant minister with a variety of experience in parish ministry and college and hospital chaplaincy. He graduated from New York Theo. Sem. (MPS), Drew Univ. Theo. School (M.Div.) and Rutgers Univ. Graduate School of Social Work (MSW) and has various experiences as clinical social worker and addictions counselor and clinical supervisor in hospital, community agency and private settings.
Rev. Tim Dunn is studying and practicing both Western and Eastern contemplative traditions since many years.
Marion Kharem, LCSW-R is has been a Social Worker for the past 26 years. She is certified as a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist and in Dialectic Behavioral Therapy, one of the first mindfulness-based treatment modalities. She has worked at Rockland Psychiaric Center and in several of their community mental health centers. She has provded direct therapy treatment to individuals, couples and families, been Coordinator of the Yonkers Service Center MICA Treatment Program, and a Supervisor. She is in Private Practice in Tarrytown, NY.
Ellie Muska, MSW, LCSW, has been working in the mental health field for over 30 years. She is in private practice in New Providence, NJ. She is on the faculty of the Center for Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis in New Jersey (CPPNJ) and the New Jersey Couples Therapy Training Program (NJCTTP). She teaches and supervises therapists who are receiving training on the post-graduate level in Couples Psychotherapy, Individual Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis. She has received advanced training in death and dying, grief counseling, couples counseling, psychotherapy and psychoanalysis with a specialty in trauma and dissociation. She has an on-going Zen practice at Zen Garland and is a student of Roshi Paul Genki Kahn.