In 1973, at eighteen years of age, Glenn Berger began his apprenticeship at New York's world-class A & R Recording Studios under the tutelage of legendary music producer Phil Ramone. Quickly rising to prominence as a recording engineer, he spent the decade working with luminaries such as Bob Dylan, Mick Jagger, Paul Simon, and Frank Sinatra. He reached the apex of his career with his producing the soundtrack of Bob Fosse's Academy-Award winning film, All That Jazz.
During his thirties, Dr. Berger found a new calling and became a psychotherapist. He currently practices in New York City, Mt. Kisco, NY, and around the world via Skype.
He is a popular blogger on psychology and music: www.glennberger.net
He is the inventor of apps for anxiety and anger, available on itunes under the name of "Shrinky."
He is the winner of the 2015 Schaffner Prize for Music in Literature.