Michael S. Broder, Ph.D.

Teaching Experience

2006-Present    Adjunct Professor- Villanova University, Graduate Seminar on
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy


1981-Present:     Seminar/workshop facilitator and instructor of various continuing education programs to psychologists, psychiatrists and other mental health  professionals for 29 different accredited continuing education (CE) providers approved by  the American Psychological Association and various other mental health CE accrediting organizations. Teach CE programs with emphasis on various applications of the techniques of cognitive behavioral therapy and treatment for marital/ couples and relationship issues.


1993-2000:         Adjunct Professor – Union Institute Graduate School:  Supervisor of Doctoral Students.


1993-1994:         Adjunct Professor – Chestnut Hill College, Graduate Division:  Counseling Techniques.


1989-1998:         Adjunct Professor-  University Pennsylvania, served on Doctoral Committees.


1981-1993:         Director,Philadelphia Institute for Rational Emotive Therapy.  Taught and Supervised Primary and Advanced  Certificate Candidates in Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) for professionals. 


1979-1981:          Adjunct, Department of Psychology, Graduate School, Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 


1980-1981:          Lecturer, Department of General Studies, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

1978-1981:          Instructor, Department of Behavioral Sciences, Community College of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.



1978-1980:         Instructor (Graduate Assistant), Department of Psychoeducational Processes, Temple University,  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.



1977:                  Adjunct, Department of Psychology, Glassboro College (Rowan University), Glassboro, New Jersey.