Mitch retired in 2017 after a 40-year career with Willis Towers Watson, a management consulting and firm. Mitch failed his retirement, earning an MA degree in Applied Psychology from NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, & Human Development. During his degree program, Mitch interned at Calvary Hospital, counseling grieving adults, adolescents, and kids. He also interned at a facility for those suffering addiction from controlled substances and alcohol, along with psychiatric disorders. Prior to and during Mitch’s graduate work, Mitch served as a volunteer with the Den for Grieving Kids. Since graduation, Mitch has worked as a therapist with adults and adolescents suffering from anxiety, depression, and personality disorders.
When not serving clients, Mitch can often be found on a golf course, where his ambition has thus far exceeded his grasp.