ABOUT DR.ENDLICHI have been a Massachusetts licensed psychologist since 1989, and I had five years of prior supervised experience. (Feel free to verify my psychology license with the licensing board.) I earned a doctoral degree (Ph.D.) in clinical psychology from Boston University, as well as a Master’s degree (M.A.) in psychology from New York University. I am a member of the American Psychological Association, Massachusetts Psychological Association, Employee Assistance Professionals Association, and Needham Volunteer Medical Corps. I have worked as an adjunct faculty member at William James College (formerly the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology), providing clinical supervision and serving on doctoral project committees.
As a psychologist, I am trained in assessment and psychotherapy–understanding and helping people. (See FAQs to learn more about my approach to psychotherapy.) When appropriate, I can make a referral to another professional for a medication evaluation. My office is located in Needham, Massachusetts. I have worked in many settings, including employee assistance programs, outpatient clinics, inpatient units, and emergency services. I have taught psychology courses at Tufts University, UMass/Boston, Boston College, Suffolk University, and other institutions. As a senior writer and wellness advisory board member for Personal Best, I wrote TopHealth newsletter, distributed nationally to over a million readers, and continue to contribute regular articles. My articles on depression, exercise, humor, and other topics have appeared in New England Psychologist, Teaching of Psychology, Psychological Reports, Insights (magazine of the New England Human Resources Association), Needham Times, and other publications; I have been interviewed by Boston Magazine, WebMD, MSNBC, U.S. News and World Report, the Chicago Tribune, Self, Shape, Health, Weight Watchers, the American Coaching Academy, Fitness Magazine, Pilates Style, Arthritis Today, and others. I have also designed worksite health promotion programs, provided crisis intervention and management consultation to numerous businesses, and delivered presentations to the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, United Way of Massachusetts Bay, Massachusetts Dept. of Mental Health, Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital, American College of Sports Medicine, and other organizations. I have given several recent presentation on Asperger/autism topics. I recently founded Top College Consultants to help high school students (including those who are autistic) with the college admissions and transition process.