Michael J. Hurd

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Michael J. Hurd
Nationality American
Occupation Psychologist
Academic background
Alma mater Catholic University of America (BA)
University of Maryland (MSW)
Saybrook University (PhD)
Influences Ayn Rand, Abraham Maslow, Carl Rogers

Michael J. Hurd is an American psychotherapist, broadcast radio show host, author, public speaker, and commentator.[1] He considers himself an Objectivist. As of 2005, his practice and offices are located in Ocean View, Delaware.

Hurd received a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from the Catholic University of America in 1985, a Master of Social Work, Clinical, from the University of Maryland in 1988, and a Doctor of Philosophy in psychology from the Saybrook Institute in 1991.

He is the author of numerous self-help books, as well as the weekly column "Life's A Beach!" published in The Delaware Wave and the Delaware Coast Press, in Bethany Beach and Rehoboth Beach, both in Sussex County, Delaware.

He hosted the syndicated weekly call-in radio show "Solution—Not Excuses" from 1999-2001. The shows were broadcast on radio stations KFNX in Phoenix, Arizona and WALE in Providence, Rhode Island.

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  1. ^ Karen Minto. "Interview with Michael J. Hurd". FullContext.info. Retrieved September 26, 2017. 

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