Peter received his PhD in Psychology from Brandeis University and is both an accomplished researcher and statistician. Trained at UCLA, Wake Forest University, Brandeis University, and the National Center for PTSD/Boston VA Healthcare System, Peter is a Research Psychologist, Methodologist, and Program Evaluator. While a Research Psychologist at the National Center for PTSD, he instructed clinical psychology interns, post-docs, and faculty in research methodology and statistics, and conducted complex research studies. As Research Professor of Geriatrics at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, he applied lifespan developmental theory, didactic medicine, and advanced research methodologies to both teach and evaluate programs for laypersons, geriatric fellows, doctors, nurses, undergraduate medical students, and social workers about adult development, stress, leadership/management, and educational program evaluation. Peter served as the sole program evaluator for both ADGAP (Association of Directors of Geriatric Academic Programs) and a nationwide consortium of cutting-edge geriatric and gerontological training programs at medical schools including Harvard, Duke, University of Michigan, Mt. Sinai, UCLA, and Yale and was the technical/methodological adviser to the National Council on Aging for all Geriatric Education Centers across the United States. As a dissertation consultant, Dr. Bachrach seeks to create positive working relationships with all students to facilitate their highest quality work.