Tony LaDuca, Ph.D., during a professional career of 45 years, has always worked in education. Beginning as a science teacher at Brooklyn Technical High School, Tony ended his active working life with 25 years at the National Board of Medical Examiners in Philadelphia. He earned a PhD in Secondary Education and Curriculum. He has authored articles and book chapters and has presented scientific papers and workshops on three continents. Tony resides in Boca Raton with his wife of 53 years, Susan. At ILIR, he has been the facilitator of Aristotle's Bistro and co-facilitates the ILIR Film Club with his wife Susan.
Susan LaDuca, Ph.D.,(TempleUniversity 1993) Is a retired licensed family therapist, having had a private practice in Philadelphia for over 30 years with expertise in interfaith marriage. She served as supervisor for the Pa. Assoc. For Marriage and Family therapy. A New Yorker at birth, Susan grew up in New Jersey where she met her husband in high school. They moved to N.Y. where their two daughters were born. She and Tony moved full time to Boca from their longtime home in Philadelphia. Volunteer activities include participation in local politics as an Abington township Democratic committee person, volunteer for the American Red Cross, and founding member of the Women’s Center of Montgomery Township. Susan has been an avid film lover since her teens. At ILIR, Susan has taught classes on The Genogram and co-facilitates the ILIR Film Club with her husband Tony.
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