Dr. Howard Chusid

Dr. Howard Chusid, a licensed psychologist in Florida

People generally want to know about the professionals they are contemplating going to see. My road was not the same as many specialists in the counseling/psychology area. Many counselors/psychologists attend school knowing what they want to do. Many go straight through school focused on their goal until they graduate and start a practice. My path has been very different.

My training started as a radiologic technologist or an x-ray technician, as it was called then. While attending college for my BA, I also became an EMT, so I could pay the bills. I graduated with my BA in physiology and biological physics, and then earned an MS degree in health education. I taught radiologic technology at a local community college and then moved on to working with physicians and hospitals, doing physician billing. Thereafter, realizing that I had a hard time working for people because of my ADD, I started putting together internal/family practices and hired physicians to staff the offices. Since managed health care appeared to be taking over the industry, I worked with the plans and decided to venture out on my own. Along with a few partners, I started our own plan in South Florida. We were successful in providing great health care. After a while, I decided to go back to school so that I could do it professionally. So, I started a doctoral program at age 53 and graduated at age 57 with a doctorate in counseling psychology. I really enjoyed what I was doing professionally and decided to teach it. I started teaching courses in psychology for Kaplan University (now called Purdue Global University). While at Kaplan, I decided to get another certificate, this time in human resources, as it is something which I had been doing voluntarily for twenty years, at a school for students with learning differences.
I have been seeing patients with trauma or PTSD, secondary to being in the armed services and those that have had traumatic incidents for the last eight years. I have wanted to try and find something different that would be more successful than the techniques that were currently available. Towards that end, I found Reset Therapy. It is a method that uses sound to help reduce/eliminate the memory of the trauma. Like EMDR, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy, it works at reducing the intensity of the memory that is causing the trauma. Unlike EMDR, it uses sound as the medium to do that. We all know that sound can have many different effects. It can make us feel good, as in music, it can be very distasteful, as in scratching a chalkboard, or if too loud, it can cause hearing problems.

Reset Therapy uses sound as a way of disabling the traumatic memory, and thus giving the patient his/her life back. If you have been suffering from an injury, please give Reset Therapy a chance to make a positive difference in life.



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Hallandale, FL 33009

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