Richard Zimmer, Ph.D.
Richard Zimmer, Ph.D. has been in practice for 22 years. In addition to disaster work and as the RPA representative to the California Disaster Network, he works with individuals, couples, families, children and adults on the spectrum, ADD/ADHD, people with disabilities, gay and transgender children and adults, children and adults with medical issues, and children and adults where cultural issues are prominent. He is also an anthropologist. He retired from teaching at the Hutchins School, Sonoma State University, and continues to teach in the Eisner Institute for Professional Studies, a graduate online psychology program.