Originally from New Jersey, Ted Meltzer, MA, received his Masters Degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 1973. He served one internship at Trenton State Prison and another at the Passaic Community Mental Health Clinic. After completing his internship, he was retained there as a Staff Psychologist.  He relocated to St. Louis in 1981 to help establish Independence Center, a psychosocial rehabilitation facillity.  Mr. Meltzer was licensed as a Psychologist in the State of Missouri in1982.

Mr. Meltzer has clinical training in individual, marital, and group therapy. He is trained to deal effectively with a wide range of clinical problems including depression, anxiety disorders, childhood and adult abuse, personality issues, and interpersonal problems.

Mr. Meltzer specializes in the treatment of anger and domestic violence. He developed and directs the STEM (Strength Through Emotions Management) abuse intervention program. He is a member of the St. Louis Psychological Association and the American Psychological Association. He is a past President of the St. Louis Association of Batterers Intervention Providers. He served as an active member of the St. Louis County Domestic and Family Violence Council for four years.

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