About David Sokol
David Sokol, a psychologist for twenty-five years, practiced individual, group and family therapy in Vermont. His experience also included providing extensive professional training for psychotherapists, as well as teaching the seminar in Psychosocial Issues in Medicine at the University of Vermont.
For the last ten years he has been following his passion to write and make art. His visual work has been included in juried shows in California, Hawaii, New Jersey, South Carolina, Texas, and Vermont. His art is included in the permanent collections of the De Cordova Museum and Sculpture Park in Lincoln, Massachusetts and the Special Collections Department at the University of Vermont, as well as in several private collections. His writing subjects vary from skiing and yoga to Tibetan art. In recent years David has observed the rise of the new antisemitism and has focused his art, writing and research on that subject.
The struggle against antisemitism, whether in its individual form or in its anti “Jewish State” form is, to David, a struggle for human rights and ultimately for the sake of freedom for all.