The chances of getting into the best-known colleges seems to decrease every year, but we can help find a school that will be a great match for you – whether you’re a straight-A, B, or C student. Eric Endlich, Ph.D. founded TCC to improve access to college for everyone, including students with learning differences, ADHD, autism, or emotional challenges. Dr. Endlich is an experienced psychologist and professional writer as well as college admissions consultant, with an undergraduate degree in English from U.C. Berkeley and graduate degrees in psychology from NYU and BU. He has completed a certificate program in independent educational consulting from UCI. He is affiliated with the New England Association of College Admissions Counselors, Association on Higher Education and Disability, College Autism Network, American Psychological Association, and Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA), and is committed to IECA’s Standards of Excellence and Principles of Good Practice, as well as the Ethical Principles/Code of Conduct of the American Psychological Association
Dr. Endlich has taught at Tufts University, Suffolk University, Boston College and UMass/Boston, and has supervised doctoral students at William James College. He is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Massachusetts Psychological Association, and a wellness advisory board member for Personal Best publishing. As a psychologist, he has worked with many high school students to manage stress, anxiety, depression, ADHD, and autism. He serves on the clinical advisory board at the Asperger/Autism Network (AANE), and has presented regularly at AANE conferences.
Dr. Endlich was recently interviewed for a news article on anxiety in college students. He was also interviewed on the topic of conditional college admissions by WGBH radio (a Boston NPR affiliate) and The Hechinger Report (an educational news blog). Previous interviews include Boston Magazine, WebMD, MSNBC, U.S. News and World Report, the Chicago Tribune, Self, Shape, Health, Weight Watchers, the American Coaching Academy, Fitness Magazine, Pilates Style, and Arthritis Today.