235 Wellesley Street
Weston, MA 02493
With over 20 years in higher education, Dr. Kronner has taught across the curriculum by teaching in the areas of: practice, human behavior, research, psychopathology, and policy/community organizing. He has been a social work educator in both undergraduate and graduate programs of social work, and he has taught for several colleges/universities, so he has experience working with diverse student bodies. He has also designed courses for face-to-face and online learning. His passion is to help students learn about social work and themselves so they can be the best social workers they can be.
In addition to his extensive teaching experience, Dr. Kronner has several other areas of interest. One is that he has been providing psychotherapy since 1991, and he has provided services to all ages (children up to older adults). He currently has a private practice where he provides therapy that addresses client anxiety, depression, relationship challenges, etc. He also had conducted numerous program evaluations, and he enjoys conducting research. His areas of research interest are therapist self-disclosure, LGBTQ+ topics, and best teaching practices.
Prior to joining the faculty at Regis College, Dr. Kronner has held several full-time and part-time teaching positions – both online and face-to-face.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Loyola University
Master of Social Work (MSW), University of Michigan
Bachelor of Arts, University of Michigan