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Janet Rosemary Greeson

Janet Rosemary Greeson, American clinical director, psychotherapist. Certified addictions, eating disorders, mental health counselor. Recipient Service to Mankind award Sertoma Club, 1979, appreciation award Lowell State Prison, 1979, certified achievement University Texas, 1986, award 30th Florida Alcoholics Anonymous Convention, 1986.

Background

  • Greeson, Janet Rosemary was born on May 28, 1943 in New York City. Daughter of Arthur Charles and Rosemary Margaret (Duffy) Durr.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Psychology, University Century, Central Florida, 1978. Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling, Rollins College, 1979. Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia Pacific University, 1987.

    Career

    • Counselor alcoholism alcohol rehabilitation drydock United States Navy, Orlando, Florida, 1978-1979, program coordinator alcohol safety action program, 1979-1982. Associate professor University West Florida, Pensacola, 1981-1982. Psychotherapist Metropolitan Alcohol Council Orlando, 1983-1985.

      Consultant eating disorders Brookwood Recovery Lodge, Birmingham, Alabama, 1985. Director Alcohol Rehabilitation Service division Naval Hospital, Orlando, 1982-1986. Private practice psychotherapy, since 1981.

      Director, founder, chief executive officer Janet Greeson's "A Place For Us" (formerly New Life Center), since 1986. Janet Greeson's "A Place for Us", Orlando, Los Angeles, Las Vegas. Founder, chief executive officer Drug Free Consultant, 1989.

      Trustee executive board Overeaters Anonymous National, Torrance, California, 1978-1985. Coordinator conference on teenage alcohol abuse, Washington, 1983. Supervisor clinical practice site Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida, 1986-1987.

    Major achievements

    • Certified addictions, eating disorders, mental health counselor.

    Works

    • Author: It's Not What You're Eating, It's What's Eating You. Member advisory board Professional Counselor magazine.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    President, treasurer, trustee Center Florida Intergroup Alcoholics Anonymous, Winter Park, since 1977. Board directors Grove, Altamonte Springs, Florida, 1981-1982. Member Chemical Dependency Network, Orlando, since 1983.

    Founder, corporation director Freedom Walk, Inc., 1985. Trustee executive board directors Overeaters Anonymous, Torrance, California, 1978-1985. Organizer Superwoman Anonymous, central Florida, since 1986.

    Served with United States Navy, 1961-1964. Member International Association Eating Disorders (board directors), American Eating Disorders Association (certified), American Mental Health Counselors (certified), American Counseling and Development Association, National Association Alcoholism Counselors, Chemical Dependency Network, Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association, Florida Group Psychotherapy, Florida Mental Health Counselors, American Labor Management Administrators (secretary, presenter conference 1986-1987), National Association Female Executives, American Orthopsychiat. Association Clubs: Rebos (Casselberry, Florida) (vice president 1978-1985, appreciation award 1983, president, trustee), Alco-An (Orlando, Florida).

    Personality

    Interests

    Marketing, theater, the arts.

    Connections

    • Married Eugene W. Boyle, November 28, 1964 (divorced 1969). Children: Eugene, Jimmy. Married Charles W. Jowers, June 14, 1969 (divorced August 1977).

      1 child, Rosemary; married Alden N. Greeson, April 21, 1984 (divorced March 1989).
    • father: Arthur Charles Durr
    • mother: Rosemary Margaret (Duffy) Durr
    • spouses: Eugene W. Boyle
    • Charles W. Jowers
    • Alden N. Greeson
    • children: Eugene Greeson
    • Jimmy Greeson
    • Rosemary Greeson
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    Born March 28, 1943
    (age 74)
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