Passionately curious about people, Terence Houlihan, M.S. Ed., CRS, has been an educator since 1995, working in high schools and higher education institutions in NYC and Westchester County. He is currently teaching evening classes for the graduate programs in counselor education and organizational leadership at the City University of NY, Lehman College. He has been an adjunct instructor at the College of New Rochelle and Westchester Community College. Terence is a licensed school counselor and director of a school-wide counseling program of a private K12 school in Westchester County and was a Certified Relationship Specialist through the American Psyhotherapy Association. He has written blogposts, articles and textbook chapters for the Westchester County Business Journal, the National Association of School Superintendents, the American School Counselor Association, the National Association of College Admissions Counseling, and Today's Catholic Teacher. Terence has presented to audiences of teachers, administrators, counselors and parents across the United States and other countries on parenting strategies and brain-based interventions in the classroom. His workshops and professional development sessions are lively, engaging, research-based and attendees leave with ready-to-implement strategies.
...and he's the parent of a young adult who made it through his teen years.