Bart Ferraro, Ph.D., HSPP, has served as Clinical Director of The Sara I. and Albert G. Reuben Counseling Center since 1996. He received his doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 1983 from Bowling Green State University, and soon after joined the faculty of the Indiana University School of Medicine where he developed his interest in intensive psychotherapy and clinical supervision. In 1988, Dr. Ferraro co-founded Meridian Psychological Associates, P.C. Since that time, his practice has broadened to include expertise in divorce adjustment, domestic violence and the effects of abuse/trauma. Also a Certified Domestic Mediator, Dr. Ferraro has developed broad expertise in Child Custody Evaluation and Parenting Coordination as well as in the criminal arena of forensic consultation. In 1997, Dr. Ferraro was recognized by The American Board of Psychological Specialties and awarded the Diploma in Forensic Clinical Psychology.