Dr. Marcille is President of the California Psychological Association and the Director of Undergraduate Studies at Palo Alto University/the Pacific Graduate School of Psychology. He is a professor, teaching courses is abnormal and clinical psychology, personality theory, cross-cultural psychology, learning and memory, and social psychology. Prior to moving to California in 2006, Dr. Marcille was the Vice President and Dean of the American University of Paris. He was also President of the International Counseling Service. Dr. Marcille has over 30 years of professional experience working in higher education as a professor and administrator. He is a licensed clinical psychologist, who has always maintained a private practice in which he specializes in the treatment of adolescents, particularly boys, dealing with academic underachievement and personal adjustment issues. He also works with men dealing with professional and personal transitions. His office is located on Big Basin Way in downtown Saratoga. Dr. Marcille received his doctorate in clinical psychology with a specialty in behavioral medicine from the Chicago Medical School. He is bilingual in English and French.