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Guest Name
Nicholas Brink
Nicholas E. Brink, Ph.D.
Guest Occupation
Clinical Psychologist, Adjunct Professor at Penn State, Staff Psychologist and Director of Psychologial Services in Danville, PA, Author, Witer, Book Review Editor
Guest Biography

Nicholas Brink is the author of The Power of Ecstatic Trance: Practices for Healing, Spiritual Growth, and Accessing the Universal Mind.

License and Certificates:
Pennsylvania License PS001028-L
Diplomate In Clinical Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology
Council for the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology

1982 - Present: The private practice of psychology. Services offered: Individual, family, and marital psychotherapy and hypnosis. Evaluation and therapy for emotional, family and marital problems, sex abuse, stress reduction, pain and other physical/psychosomatic problems.

Fall 1989: Adjunct professor, The Pennsylvania State University, taught introductory psychology.

1974-1982: Staff psychologist and (Beginning Jan. 1980) Director of Psychological Services at Danville State Hospital, Danville, PA. Administrator and supervisor of psychology department, started family therapy program, directed student internship program and provided psychotherapy for patients.

Summer 1981: Adjunct professor at Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, PA. Taught intelligence testing.

1972-1973: Director, Strawberry Fields, a state funded small group home for retarded adolescents, State College, PA.

1970-1972: Research Associate, University Division of Instructional Services, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA. Consulted with faculty on classroom evaluation, test construction and research.