About Dr. Gross

Professional Experience

1978-present: Full-time private psychotherapy practice in Washington, DC, working with individuals and couples. Areas of special focus include depression, anxiety, relationship problems, marriage, divorce, stepfamily issues, sex therapy, and major life transitions.

1977-present: Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at George Washington University Medical School. Responsibilities include teaching courses on interviewing techniques and sexual dysfunction to medical students and residents, and supervising psychology doctoral students.

1991-present: Associate Clinical Professor, Georgetown University Medical School, Department of Psychiatry. Created and teaches a course for 4th year residents on sexual assessment and dysfunction.


1968 University of Wisconsin, Bachelors of Arts, Major in Psychology, with Honors
1968-1969 University of Chicago School of Service Administration
1971 Howard University, Masters in Social Work, School of Social Work, with Honors
1982 University of Maryland, Ph.D., The Institute of Child Study, with Honors
1982-1983 Post Doctoral Training, Jewish Social Service Agency: Testing and Evaluation of Children and Families

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