With more than 36 years of experience in psychology, Licensed Clinical Psychologist Don Crowe practices in several areas of his field in addition to continuously running his own private practice. His private practice allows Crowe to employ methods such as cognitive behavioral therapies and humanistic psychotherapies. Concurrently, he holds a position as a Field Clinician for Occupational Health Services, an Employee Assistance Program provider. In this capacity, he regularly provides psychotherapeutic treatment for depression, addiction, and alcoholism to police officers and firefighters. Don Crowe has also volunteered for more than 20 years with the Berkeley Chaplaincy Program, through which he regularly offers psychology services to homeless individuals living in Berkeley, California.Although he primarily dedicates his career to clinical psychology for families, individuals, and couples, Crowe has also taught throughout his career. He currently teaches courses in the “how of happiness" that he conducts through his private practice. In the past, he spent four years instructing clinicians at UC Berkeley Extension in subjects including “Psychotherapy with Highly Resistant Populations” and “Psychotherapy of Personality Disorders.” Before joining UC Berkeley Extension, Crowe spent time as an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Coker College, where he taught a comprehensive range of subjects, including child psychology, social psychology, and small group dynamics. Outside of his professional work, Crowe supports several nonprofit organizations that aim to assist people living in poverty throughout the world. For example, he has made several donations to the Southern Poverty Law Center, and he regularly contributes to Village of Hope to help orphaned children in Da Nang, Vietnam. In his spare time, Don Crowe enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter.