Harvey Lieberman is a New York State clinical psychologist and senior mental health administrator. Dr. Lieberman’s work has been recognized with major national awards from government and professional organizations. He consults internationally and has held visiting professorships at four universities. His essays and social commentary have appeared in well- circulated publications, such as the NY Times, Newsday, and Commonweal. Currently, his private practice focuses on supporting the efforts of individuals who wish to share deeply personal stories in writing with their close relations or larger audiences. He can be emailed at email@example.com.
Catholic Boy Fights the Devil in the Mohawk River Valley is a short story that’s set in upstate New York during World War II. At a time when America was fighting fascist devils abroad, many were struggling with the devil’s influence at home.