Michael Wolff, Ph.D., is currently a faculty member in the psychology department at Penn State University, where he teaches undergraduate and graduate psychology courses and is a staff psychologist at the Penn State Psychological Clinic. He received his B.S. from Penn State University, his master’s in counseling psychology from Antioch New England Graduate School and his Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Penn State University. His research interests include psychotherapy processes (alliance, relationship, therapist factors, etc.) and their impact on outcomes.
Michael Wolff, Ph.D.
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