About Greg Korgeski

Greg Korgeski, Ph.D. is a Vermont licensed psychologist and a free-range writer.  He has written several articles for Writer’s Digest and other popular and professional publications, is the author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Enhancing Your Social IQ and The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Phobias , and is the author of Dark Analysis, a psychological suspense thriller (currently being repped/submitted to publishers by Chelsea Lindman of the Nicholas Ellison agency.)  He blogs on writing and psychology at gregkorgeski.wordpress.com, and blogs on enhancing your social intelligence (at enhanceyoursocialiq.wordpress.com), and on sex and culture (at sexandpsyche.wordpress.com.) He has a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Minnesota and has been a consultant, therapist, and a graduate psychology professor.   He lives somewhere in the mountains of New England and dreams of working every day in his “writing barn.”

(One annoying but necessary legalistic point: this blog is about writing and stuff of interest, but it’s not part of a “psychology practice,” so you’re on your own with any conclusions you draw from stuff herein — this is not “professional advice” so don’t be a pest about that.  One of my ongoing concerns is that it’s hard for professionals to have any kind of self-expressive life as writers or just as persons without someone feeling it’s an ethical or “professional issue.”  On this blog, I’m a free range writer, dudes.)