Malcolm sees his work with clients as being a partnership/team effort. Some important ideas in the therapy include: acceptance of the difficult things in life- many of which we have no real control over. Then choosing what we will do- which we do have control over. Communication is another important part of therapy- both listening to and acknowledging what is being said and then presenting ideas and practices to clients in a clear jargon-free way. He has worked in his own private practice, community mental health agency settings, and as the behavioral health specialist in a PCP office for a regional health system. His Master of Social Work degree is from Marywood University and he has practiced with his PA Social Worker license since 1993, and Clinical Social Worker license since 2013.