David L. Myrow,
a Clinical Psychologist, works with children, families, and
adults. He is an Affiliate
Trainer and Supervisor for the Theraplay Institute in Chicago, where he trained with
Ann Jernberg and Phyllis Booth. He also is a Registered
Association for Play Therapy Supervisor. Dr. Myrow earned a Ph.D. in
Educational Psychology at the University of Illinois (Urbana),
and completed his training in Clinical Psychology at Syracuse
University and Erie county Medical Center. He has held positions
at Syracuse University and the University of Wisconsin, and
currently is on the faculty of the Department of Psychiatry
at the University at Buffalo. Dr. Myrow
served as chair of the Psychology Department at the Western
New York Children's Psychiatric Center before entering Private
Practice in 1983. He is a founder and past board member of
the Behavioral Healthcare Network. Dr. Myrow is a past
President of the Psychological Association of Western New
of its Distinguished Service Award. His scholarly work has
been published in a variety of professional journals and books.
Dr. Myrow has conducted workshops for mental health and educational
professionals in the United States, Canada, Ireland, Scotland, England,
Finland, Morocco, and Turkey.
a Counseling Psychologist, has specialized in working with
Autism Spectrum disorders with children, teens, and their families
since 1979. She is a
Registered Association for Play Therapy Supervisor, and is
an Affiliate Trainer and Supervisor at the Theraplay Institute in Chicago, where
she trained with Ann Jernberg and Phyllis Booth. A Certified
Elementary and Special Education Teacher, Dr. Bundy-Myrow
earned a M.S. in Rehabilitation Counseling at Syracuse University,
and a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University
at Buffalo. She has held positions at the Association
for Retarded Children (Now Heritage Centers) and Language
Development Program, entering Private Practice in 1984.
In addition to her private practice, Dr. Bundy-Myrow is a
consultant to several pre-school and school-based programs.
At at the University at Buffalo, she supervises Psychiatric residents. She has served on the Boards of Directors of the Behavioral Healthcare Network and the New York State Association for Play Therapy.
Dr. Bundy-Myrow has taught a variety of workshops on play
therapy for mental health professionals, teachers, parents,
and speech/language and occupational therapists. She has presented
to professional groups in the United States, Canada, Ireland,
Scotland, England, Finland, Morocco, Turkey, and South Korea.