Bill Belt, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist with over twenty years of experience working in various educational and mental health settings. He was educated at Haverford (B.A.), Harvard (Ed.M.) and UVA (Ph.D.) and has trained and worked at Child Guidance/CHOP. His educational experience includes teaching high school English at Friends Central School and serving as a dean of freshmen at Wesleyan University. A family therapist by training, he currently works with children, adults and families with a wide range of social, emotional, behavioral and relationship issues. Areas of particular expertise include attention and executive functioning; depression, anxiety, bipolar and behavior disorders; and helping parents cope with the challenges of raising children with these difficulties. Dr. Belt also has extensive experience with psychological testing, performs cognitive evaluations for school admission and consults closely with school staff. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or on his cell at 610-716-7984.