Dr. Richard Crowley has a B.A. in psychology from St. Bonaventure, a Masters in Psychiatric Social Work from Boston College School of Social Work, a Fellowship in Community Mental Health awarded by the National Institute of Mental Health, a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from United States International University and has had internships at Harvard University’s medical and psychiatric teaching facilities. He served his country as a Captain in the Medical Service Corps.


Dr. Crowley has appeared in countless newspaper articles and magazines such as USA Today, Los Angeles Times, NY Daily News, Orlando Sentinel, San Francisco Examiner, Chicago Tribune, Phoenix Republic, Detroit News, The News Sentinel, Baseball Weekly, Collegiate Baseball, Penthouse, etc.


He has appeared on hundreds of TV and radio shows including Sporting News radio, NPR, ESPN, The Merv Griffin Show, The Charlie Rose Show. He has had five books published including the acclaimed Mentalball: How to Beat Your Invisible Opponent at Its Own Game with forewords by former Dodgers’ outfielder Shawn Green and current announcer and former Pirates’ pitcher, Steve Blass. His next book, co-authored with Vince Kubilus, will be published in 2015 entitled: Imagine All Better: Breaking Repeating Emotional and Behavioral Patterns We All Struggle With Is Easier Than You Think.