Dr. Paul Broder graduated from the University of Illinois – Chicago with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. He went on to earn a master’s and a doctorate in experimental psychology from Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, where he concentrated in the field of human learning and memory. Dr. Broder subsequently completed a specialization in clinical psychology at Suffolk University, Boston, Massachusetts. His clinical training has included positions at community mental health centers (Newton Outpatient Center, Newton, Massachusetts, and Community Council of Nashua, NH), university counseling centers (Northeastern University and Boston College), and a Veteran’s Administration medical center (Bedford, Massachusetts).
In these settings, he has provided outpatient treatment to adults of varying ages and diverse backgrounds. Dr. Broder provides psychological services to adults, adolesents, and couples. His areas of specialization include treatment of mood and anxiety disorders, and problems of adjustment to transition and loss. His experience also includes working with survivors of trauma and abuse, men’s issues, gay/lesbian issues, and with individuals with dual substance abuse and psychiatric diagnoses. Dr. Broder is licensed in the state of New Hampshire. He is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Massachusetts and New Hampshire State Psychological Associations.
In addition to his training in clinical and experimental psychology, Dr. Broder has had substantial experience in the world of business, where he has worked in marketing research, marketing consulting, and consumer psychology for corporations and consulting firms. He completed a course at the College of Business, University of Maryland – Baltimore, on Management and Clinical Aspects of Employee Assistance Program Practice. Dr. Broder also has been trained in basic critical incident stress management through the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation.