Erol Ilhan Zeybekoglu received his Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from William James College under the direction of Wynn Schwartz, Ph.D. He is an active member of the SDP Boston Study Group, and utilizes descriptive psychology in his practice as a FFS Outpatient Clinician at the Riverside Community Care Guidance Center Program in Cambridge Massachusetts, as well as Per Diem Community Residence Counselor for both the Appleton House Residential and Alcohol and Drug Abuse Partial Programs at McLean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts. His work in Descriptive Psychology has been primarily concerned with its applications to Emotional Behavior, Anger Management, and using a Status Dynamic Perspective in Group Therapy. He is the current President-Elect of the Society for Descriptive Psychology (2018), a member of the SDP Website Administration and Infrastructure Committee, and is the Program Planning Committee Chair for the 40th Annual Conference of the Society for Descriptive Psychology in Golden, CO. Dr. Zeybekoglu recently published his Doctoral thesis, titled “The Status Dynamics of Anger Management” (2016), available online via EBSCOhost, PsychINFO, and ProQuest Databases.