Jay Uhler is an Organizational and Clinical Psychologist. Some people refer to Jay as a “Shrink.” He prefers to be called an “Expander!”
“It is exciting for me to use my experience and skills to respond to your needs and to assist you to increase the joy in your life. This could be with you, with members of your family, with colleagues or members of your company.”
As President of Catalyst World-Wide℠, a Corporate and Personal Development Company, Jay assists corporate executives in the U.S. and Europe to resolve conflicts in their organizations. He facilitates resolution of multi-party, multi-racial and multi-gender conflicts.
He has been invited to other states to assist people to heal physical problems where other approaches have failed.
Some of the most fun in his life is when he is entertaining. He loves to tell stories, to sing and to play his djembe.
Jay is also a professional entertainer who enjoys presenting programs of stories, humor and songs. He directed a Barbershop Chorus, sang in a championship chorus, in Barbershop quartets and was awarded the “Bachelor of Harmony” bestowed by the Barbershop Harmony Society.
He was on the Board of Directors of the Boston Association of Cabaret Artists and was on the Board of Directors of the Boston Minstrels who sing in homeless shelters and prisons. It was exciting when residents would join him for the chorus after he sang the introduction to Swing Low, Sweet Chariots. He sang in Voices Of Hope, which raised money for Cancer research. Most recently, he has sung and played the djembe with the North Reading Community Chorus.