Born to Wayne Dale Nusbaum and Jeanne (Hankins) Nusbaum in Berkeley, CA.
Earns a Bachelor of Arts from Washington University in St. Louis.
Earns a Master of Arts from Hartford Seminary Foundation.
Is a psychotherapist within a psychotherapy clinic and continues in this role.
Begins privately practicing as a psychotherapist within Marlton, NJ, Philadelphia, PA, and the Greater New York area and continues to do so.
Becomes a certified therapist by the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
Earns a Doctor of Philosophy from Hartford Seminary Foundation.
Authors the chapter “The Country Place: An Intentional Therapeutic Community” for the textbook Community, Self, and Identity.
Serves as a consultant for the New York Fertility Research Foundation in New York City, NY, through 1983.
Is a licensed therapist within the State of New Jersey through 2010.
Is a Fellow at American University.
Serves as a consultant for Bancroft School in Haddonfield, NJ, through 1987.
Marries Barbara Ann Pierfy.
Is on the board of directors of Mother Teresa’s Missionary Brothers of Charity, Calcutta House-AIDS Hospice, in Philadelphia through June 2001.
Is certified by the American Board of Medical Psychotherapy as a Fellow and Diplomate.