Dr. Kulb joined the faculty of the Department of Forensic Psychology of The Chicago School in 2011. Before joining The Chicago School faculty, he worked 14 years at the Allendale Association, where in addition to providing psychotherapy and psychological assessment services, he served as a clinical coordinator of a community based in-home psychotherapy program, as well as provided clinical supervision of professional staff, post-doctoral fellows, pre-doctoral interns, and psychotherapy and psychodiagnostic assessment practicum students in their work with children and adolescents in the Allendale Association’s residential, therapeutic day school, and outpatient programs. Prior to working at the Allendale Association, Dr. Kulb was an Instructor of Psychiatry in the Section of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry of the University of Chicago Hospitals, where he provided psychotherapy services to outpatients and psychodiagnostic assessment to outpatients in the Department of Psychiatry and to inpatients at Chicago Lakeshore Hospital. He then accepted an appointment as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Chicago when he transitioned to private practice. He also provided psychological assessment services to inpatients and psychotherapy services to outpatients at The Rock Creek Center, a psychiatric facility in Lemont, Illinois. Dr. Kulb has been a consulting psychologist for the One-to-One Learning Center in Northfield, Illinois since 1991, and he has maintained an independent practice of psychodiagnostic assessment and psychotherapy of children, adolescents, and adults for more than twenty years.