Articles by Gerald Reid, Ph.D.

Gerald Reid, Ph.D. completed his doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology at Boston University where he was the project manager of the Social Adjustment and Bullying Prevention research laboratory. He completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital within the Learning and Emotional Assessment Program (LEAP), gained several years of training at Boston University’s Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders (CARD), and obtained valuable training at several other sites. Currently, Dr. Reid is a licensed psychologist in private practice providing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), neuropsychological assessment, and sport psychology consultation for children, adolescents, college students, and young adults in Boston, MA ( Additionally, Dr. Reid is a Part-Time Faculty member at Boston University in the Counseling Psychology and Applied Human Development graduate program within the Wheelock College of Education. Dr. Reid is also a research associate at Boston University and clinical consultant at Harvard University.

Potential Harms of Hazing Initiations

October 16, 2018


Potential Harms of Hazing Initiations

Hazing isn’t something on the minds of most parents as they send their kids off to college, hoping they’ll find satisfying social experiences. Hazing is a type of initiation, or a rite of passage, that potential members of a group – a college club, fraternity, sorority – must participate in if they would like to […]