A long-time resident of Ann Arbor, Michigan, Josh teaches in the Child Advocacy Law Clinic at the University of Michigan Law School. Previously, he worked as a psychologist in the university’s Mott Children’s Hospital, where he provided mental health services for children with disabilities and serious injuries. The University of Michigan has been very good to him, having seen fit to grant him his graduate and professional degrees and provide a home base for most of his career as a teacher, researcher, and practitioner. Josh writes essays and fiction, including contributing regularly to the Crazy Wisdom Journal. His work has also appeared in various academic and legal trade publications.
Josh is married to a fellow psychologist with whom he has two lovely kids and one good-natured dog of mature vintage. He enjoys hiking, running, and cycling, and tries, with some success, to manage a constant yearning for the mountains. Check him out on Facebook, or visit The Hopping Mind, his blog of short essays and commentary.