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Dr. Wallace E. Smith, Professor of Psychology Dr. Wallace E. Smith, A.S., B.A., M.S., ME.D, Ed.D. Ch.T
Integrated Health of Cranford
Address: 34 Carnwarth Court, Edison, NJ 08817
Phone: 908-821-7018
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Dr. Wallace E. Smith has 5 College Degree's, including a Associate's Degree from SUNY at Canton, a B.A. from Daemen College, Amherst NY, a Master's of Science Degree from Buffalo State, a Master's in Education from Columbia University, and a Doctorate in Education from Columbia University. He has a private practice, and is a full time, tenured Senior Professor of Psychology at Union County College. He has more than 25 years of experience in mental health, and in College Teaching.

Dr. Smith is a Certified Consultant Hypnotist and received his hypnosis training and certifications at the Adler School in NY, the Erickson School of Hypnosis in NY, the American Academy of Hypnosis in NJ, and the National Guild of Hypnotist.

Dr. Smith is a fully tenured, Senior Professor of Psychology at Union County College (UCC) and teaches Child Psychology, General Psychology, Life Span Development, Abnormal Psychology, and other courses both traditionally and online, and has developed many courses, including "Overcoming Your Fear Of Public Speaking."

Dr. Smith's areas of specialization include Weight Management, Conversion Disorders, Habit Control Disorders, Public Speaking, Stress Management, and Phobia Relief.

Dr. Smith is certified and licensed in Thinner Band Hypnosis and Auriculotherapy/Accupressure.

Dr. Smith has conducted hundreds of workshops on weight management, time management, success seminars, memory improvement, overcoming procrastination, smoking cessation, overcoming your fear of public speaking, test anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorders, Athletic Performance thru hypnosis, and many, many others.

Dr. Smith is a Cognitive Behaviorists by training, and believes very strongly in teaching clients to understand their perceptual, cognitive and behavioral responses, and how changing how they "think" and act about issues can easily help them address stress related issues and change their outlook.