I obtained my Ph.D. in counseling psychology in 1973. Since retiring as Chief, Psychology Service, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, I have been in private practice as a neuropsychologist. Neuropsychology is the study of brain-behavioral relationships and I work with individuals who have problems with head injury, stroke, central nervous system diseases, and other organ diseases which effect the brain. I have reduced my practice to half-time. I work Friday morning (ladies day) as a starter at my neighborhood 9-hole par-three golf course. Otherwise, I help my daughters who run a retail scrapbook store or my son who has started a company, Marinalife.com, which is gearing up to provide an international marina reservation system for those of you who are boaters.