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V. Miller Newton

V. Miller Newton, American medical psychotherapist, neuropsychologist, writer. Aldersgate fellow, 1962; recipient Honor award National League of Women Voters, 1963, Certified Appreciation Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners, 1982; named Outstanding Young Man of Year, Indianapolis Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1965, Outstanding Government Leader, Dade City Junior Chamber of Commerce, Florida, 1973-1974.

Background

  • Newton, V. Miller was born on September 6, 1938 in Tampa, Florida, United States. Son of Virgil M. Junior and Louisa (Verri) Newton.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, University Florida, 1960. Master of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary, 1963. Postgraduate, University Geneva, Switzerland, 1962.

      Doctor of Philosophy in Medical Anthropology, The Union Institute, 1981. Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Neuropsychology, The Union Institute, 1993.

    Career

    • Minister director Flectcher Place Urban Social Ministry, Indianapolis, 1963-1965. Coordinator staff training and community relations Breckinridge Job Corps Center, Kentucky, 1965-1966. Assistant professor, program director social science Webster College, St. Louis, 1966-1969.

      Associate professor, program director education University South Florida, Tampa, 1969-1973. Clerk of the circuit court Pasco County, Florida, 1973-1976. Executive director Florida Alcohol Coalition, Inc., 1979-1980.

      Program and national clinical director Straight, Inc., St. Petersburg, Florida, 1980-1983. Director KIDS of North Jersey, Inc., 1983-1998. Neuropsychologist Life and Health Psychology, Seminole, Florida, since 1998.

      Member Secretary Task Force Confidentiality and Client Information System, Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitation Services, 1979-1980. Chairman president's advisory Council Webster College, 1968-1969. Guest lecturer at the Graduate Institute of Community Development Southern Illinois University, 1968-1969.

      Consultant Tampa Model Cities Program, 1969-1970. Chairman planning committee Teacher Corps. National Conference; faculty member International University for President, Munich.

      Co-chairman Mayor's committee on Pre-school Education, Indianapolis, 1964-1965. Member medical staff Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center, Secaucus, New Jersey, since 1996. Speaker in field.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Membership

    Member drug abuse advisory council State of New Jersey, 1985-1991. Chairman, board directors Adjustment Madeira Beach, Florida, since 1981, Alcohol Community Treatment Services, Inc., Tampa, 1979. President Pasco County Council on Aging, 1977-1979.

    Chairman board San Antonio Boys Village, 1975-1976. Chairman Pasco County Data Center Board, 1973-1975, Center Pasco Urban Planning Commission, 1972-1973. Adult delegate White House Conference on Youth, 1971.

    Chairman National Teacher Corps Field Council, 1970-1971. President Christian Inner City Association, Indianapolis, 1964-1965. Member Governor Ashew's Advisory Committee, Pasco County, 1974-1976.

    Member American Public Health Association, American Psychological Association, American Board Medical Psychotherapists, American Anthropological Association, National Academy Neuropsychology (associate), Society Medical Anthropology, Psychological Anthropology, Society Behavioral Medicine, Society Adolescent Medicine, Phi Delta Theta, Rotary International, Order of DeMolay (state master counselor 1957).

    Connections

    • Married Ruth Ann Klink, November 9, 1957. Children: Johanna, Miller, Mark.
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    Born September 6, 1938