Daniel Tomasulo (graywolfpress.org), Ph.D., TEP, MFA is a psychologist, psychodrama trainer and writer on faculty at New Jersey City University and formerly a visiting faculty member on fellowship at Princeton University. He is the author of Confessions of a Former Child: A Therapist’s Memoir (Graywolf Press, 2008). He has gained international recognition for development of IBT, the Interactive-Behavioral Model of group psychotherapy for people with intellectual and psychiatric disabilities. He is a consultant for YAI, National Institute for People with Disabilities in New York City and on the editorial board for the journal Mental Health Aspects of Developmental Disabilities. He is also a consulting editor for The Journal of Group Psychotherapy, Psychodrama, and Sociometry, and recipient of their Innovator’s Award for development of the IBT Model. He is the author of Action Methods in Group Psychotherapy as well as numerous articles on group psychotherapy. His new book Healing Trauma: The Power of Group Treatment for People with Intellectual Disabilities was co-authored with Dr. Razza and was
recently published by the American Psychological Association.