Paul received his PsyD in Clinical Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in 2010. In 2011, Paul began teaching at The Chicago School as an adjunct faculty, and became an affiliate faculty in 2013. He is also the assistant director of The Center for Grief Recovery, a not-for-profit group practice in Chicago in which his private practice is housed. Paul has extensive experience providing psychoanalytic psychotherapy, emotionally expressive psychotherapy, and relaxation training. His clinical experiences have focused on helping people who are struggling with grief, chronic depression, and feelings of loneliness or isolation from others. Paul enjoys teaching coursework in the areas of grief and mourning as well as psychodynamic theory and intervention.