Ted is currently entering his fourth year of doctoral training at Eastern Michigan University (EMU) within the clinical psychology PhD program. In 2012, Ted earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia, and he has worked in the field of clinical psychology since 2011. Ted has experience working with both children and adults with a wide range of clinical presentations, including a variety of neurological disorders, like language disorders and aphasias, and anxiety disorders, like panic and posttraumatic stress disorder. Ted currently works with patients at both the EMU Psychology Clinic in Ypsilanti and the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan in Detroit. Professionally, his clinical and research interests fall at the intersection of health, behavior, and neuropsychology. More generally, he is interested in helping individuals of all ages live happy, healthy, and meaningful lives.