Ron Stolberg, Ph.D. - Dr. Stolberg is an Associate Professor at Alliant
International University where he teaches a variety of advanced personality assessment courses. Recently, his research interests
include addictions, assessment in diverse settings, standard of care practices, and social networking in psychology. In his
private practice Dr. Stolberg has worked with high caliber professional athletes from a wide variety of sports and on reality
TV shows such as Survivor. As a family therapist he specializes in working with children and families that are struggling
both at home and at school.
Dr. Stolberg currently serves on the board of directors at
the nationally renowned Winston School where children struggling with learning disorders begin to enjoy school and academically
thrive again. Dr. Stolberg has authored several chapters published in seminal textbooks in psychology and recently contributed
to a new book Therapeutic Assessment with the MMPI-2. In March of 2014, his new book Teaching Kids to Think,
coauthored with his wife, will be released nationally to a wide audience.
the outdoors and when not working you are likely to find him on a trail or at the beach. He is married and has two sons.