Bradley Feig has been working in the field of behavior analysis, education, and addiction therapy for the past 15 years. He received his bachelor’s degree from Hofstra University in Psychology. He also received his Masters in Education with a focus on special education, learning disabilities, and behavioral disorders from Hofstra University. Bradley then went on to Pennsylvania State University to receive his Board Certification in Behavior Analysis (BCBA). He is currently a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology at Walden University.

Specializations include treating depression, social anxiety, PDD-NOS/autism, speech/language issues, career counseling, ADD/hyperactivity, drug, alcohol, food addiction, academic/behavioral issues in school, family and grief counseling, social acceptance, and marriage therapy.