Terence Bostic, Ph.D.
“Some of the most complex people and talent problems are easy to resolve if the executive can have a thought partner who helps them relax, step back and look at the problem differently.”
Terence’s primary goal is applying everything he knows about industrial psychology to make the workplace a better and more productive environment. He does this by digging in deep to the problems at hand, while helping executives develop engaged and more effective talent pools. Having lived overseas for three years, Terence particularly loves serving CMA’s international clients.
Early in his career, Terence worked as an internal consultant in an academic medical setting before joining the CMA team. Trained in both clinical and industrial/organizational psychology, he holds a Bachelor of Science from The College of William and Mary, a Master of Science from Bucknell University and a Doctorate from Saint Louis University.
He is a licensed psychologist in Missouri and is repeatedly published as the principal author in international, peer-reviewed journals on issues of stress management, personal resiliency and psychological wellbeing. He is also a member of the American Psychological Association, the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and the Society for Consulting Psychology.
He lives with his wife and two daughters, and he loves to run every day.