William Thomas Sette, MAT; MSCP; NCC (board eligible), MFT (pre-licensed), has Masters’ degrees in both Educational and Counseling Psychology (with a MFT specialization). He is a graduate of Manhattanville and Chaminade Universities and is now in private practice as a Marriage and Family Therapist. Currently he teaches at Argosy University as an Adjunct Professor of Counseling Psychology.

As a published author of two books, he is seeking the release of a third book on Multi-cultural Marriage. Before coming to Arizona in 2010, he practiced privately in Hawaii and California for more than 20 years. His clinical emphasis centers on couples and relationship, including multicultural (Asian/Caucasian) marriage and partnerships. In addition he has worked with military couples and families treating issues of pre/post deployment, PTSD, depression, anxiety, infidelity, parenting, domestic violence, drugs and alcohol, and sexual and emotional intimacy.

Other mental health areas of specialization include immune system dysfunction, environmental health, nutrition, and the biopsychosocial aspects of Idiopathic Environmental Intolerance (IDI). Besides a clinical counseling practice he has had several other careers in the fields of business, real estate development, and teaching (as an adjunct professor of Psychology, Biology, Chemistry and Environmental Science).