Dr. Douglas J. Sauber

Adjunct Professor of Education
sauberd@arcadia.edu

Douglas J. Sauber, Ph.D., is Adjunct Professor of Education and a psychologist practicing in the Philadelphia area. He has been working with individuals (children, adolescents and adults), families, and organizations for over thirty years. Early in his career, he was at The Learning Center of The Medical College of Pennsylvania, teaching, supervising, designing and directing programs for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and school age children, and their families. He later worked in community mental health at Life Guidance Services in Delaware County, Pennsylvania doing individual, group and family therapy, and supervising programs.

Dr. Sauber earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Union College in 1972, and his Master of Education and Doctor of Philosophy from Temple University, in 1979 and 1997, respectively. His doctorate was in Psychoeducational Processes, with a focus on group dynamics and adult learning systems. Dr. Sauber’s special interests and experience are in the areas of personality, interpersonal dynamics, and human development.

Dr. Sauber is a certified Trainer of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), a past President of the International Association for NLP, and co-developer of the Stances Modelâ„¢ of personality development. As co-founder and a principal partner in NLP Training Systems, Inc. and de Torres & Sauber Associates, he has designed and facilitated numerous training programs in rapport-building and interaction skills for organizations and for the public.

Dr. Sauber is a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Psychological Association, American Psychological Society, American Society of Training and Development, Eastern Psychological Association, Pennsylvania Psychological Association, and the Society for Research in Child Development.

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