Master in Social work from Virginia Commonwealth University, 1982
Bachelor's in Education from Washington University in St. Louis in 1977
Certified in "Collaborative Proactive Solutions" by Ross Greene, Author of
The Explosive Child
Extensive training in Contribution Training with Peter Fleming, founder of The Pellin Institute, London and Italy
Moshe has lived in Atlanta since 1984. His experience includes:
Member of the Georgia NASW Chapter Board of Directors and Chairman of the chapter's Ethics Committee 2017-19.
16 years at The Marcus Autism Center working with families and kids in all programs.
9 years at CHOA Egleston as social worker and family therapist.
Consultant to Emory University's in-patient psychiatric program.
Moshe is the only clinical social worker to have been appointed to Emory's Child Psychiatry faculty.