Geller to retire in June after 35 years at Princeton
Posted April 24, 2003; 05:21 p.m.
Marvin Geller, director of the Counseling Center in Princeton University Health Services since 1968, has announced his intentions to retire at the end of the academic year in June.
"I feel quite fortunate to have had the opportunity to be at Princeton," Geller said. "Working with students has been a great experience because they're in the time of their lives when you can have an impact on their future development."
The Counseling Center is the focal point for psychological services at the University. Its staff offers students many kinds of assistance for psychological and emotional problems, including individual and group therapy.
"Marvin has provided dedicated service to the University and its health services for the greater part of his adult life and set an example of devotion to clinical care of the highest quality that is nothing short of remarkable," said Daniel Silverman, chief medical officer of the University and executive director of University Health Services.
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