Full Vitae

Curriculum Vitae
1962-63 ~ Fellowship: Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, Missouri
1960-61 ~ Internship: Osteopathic Hospital of Maine, Portland
1956-60 ~ D.O., Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Pennsylvania
1955-56 ~ Graduate School: Boston University School of Music, Massachusetts
1955 ~ A.B., Boston University, Massachusetts

The Third Striving. Salt Lake City: Fifth Press, 2014
A New Conception of God.
Salt Lake City: Fifth Press, 2013
Reflections on Gurdjieff’s Whim.
Salt Lake City: Fifth Press, 2012
Man: A Three-brained Being. S
alt Lake City: Fifth Press, 2007
Explorations in Active Mentation: Re-Membering Gurdjieff’s Teaching.
Salt Lake City: Fifth
Press, 2006
Perspectives on Beelzebub’s Tales.
Salt Lake City: Fifth Press, 2005
Stopinder Journal,
contributing essays, 2000-2003
“The Family Triad,” Journal of Family Life, Albany, 1999
The Children of Cyclops: The Influence of Television Viewing on the Developing Human Brain.
Fair Oaks: American Waldorf School Association (AWSA) Publications, 1998
Man— A Three-brained Being. Maine: 
Wyllaned, 1997
“History of Manipulative Therapeutics,” Journal of American Osteopathic Association, 1962
Neurophysiologic Basis of Osteopathic Practice,
Postgraduate Institute, New York, 1969
Osteopathic Theory and Methods, four-volume manual,
Kirksville College of Osteopathic
Medicine, Missouri 1967-1969

Professional Activities
Family Practice: Fryeburg, Maine 1969 – 2018
Founder of Wyllaned: A Community Educational, Research and Development Institute
1987 – 2018
Medical Director: Fryeburg Health Care Center 1982 – 2018
Member of Medical Ethics Residency Training Program: Central Maine Medical Center
1989 – 1994
Founder and Medical Director: Hospice of Western Maine 1989 – 1995
Adjunct Clinical Faculty: New England College of Osteopathic Medicine 1987 – 1997
Chairman of Medical Staff: Northern Cumberland Memorial Hospital 1975 – 1976
Chairman of the Staff: Osteopathic Hospital of Maine 1969 – 1970
Member: Board of Directors, United Community Services, Portland, Maine 1965 – 1966
Consultant: U.S. Department of Health and Welfare on Medicare 1964 – 1965
Chairman: Department of Osteopathic Theory and Methods, Kirksville College of
Osteopathic Medicine, Missouri 1966 -1969
Medical Director: Osteopathic Hospital of Maine 1963 – 1966

1997 John B. Thurlow Award for Advocacy for the Aged, Maine Area Agency on Aging
1990 Physician of the Year, Maine Osteopathic Association
1967 Distinguished Service Award, Maine Osteopathic Association