Dr. Bill Rosenblatt holds a doctorate in Counseling from Lehigh University and did
post doctoral work in Clinical Behavioral Medicine at the Mind/Body Medical Institute at Harvard Medical School. Presently in private practice in Ocean, NJ, he has been on the faculty of Rutgers, Monmouth, and Kean University and been
Director of Behavioral Medicine at Morristown Memorial Hospital and Monmouth Medical Centers. Bill works with patients, helps athletes, and lectures and conducts workshops for corporations and professional group on Stress, Coping, and Health. His most popular workshop is entitled "Just because you're not sick doesn't mean you're healthy".
Dr. Bill was the Mayor of Loch Arbour NJ, a small coastal community, for 10 years. He was a co-founder of the Jersey Shore chapter of the Surfrider Foundation and served for 6 years on Surfrider's National Board of Directors. Bill was chairman of the board for 2 years.
Dr. Bill is an avid waterman with a quiver that includes everything from a 5'9" fish to a 10' SUP, and a 12 ft. paddleboard.
Most mornings he can be found at the beach or in the water.