Patricia Allaire Ladouceur
Patricia Allaire Ladouceur, American family services program administrator. License marriage, family and child therapist, California. National Institute Justice fellow, 1983-1984; Alcohol Research Group fellow, Berkeley, 1983-1984. Member California Association Marriage and Family Therapists.
Ladouceur, Patricia Allaire was born on June 15, 1955 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Daughter of Leo Frederick and Marjorie Ruth (Rabey) Ladouceur.
Bachelor in Communications, University California San Diego, La Jolla, 1978. Master of Arts in Sociology, University Oregon, 1981. Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology, John F. Kennedy University, 1985.
Doctor of Philosophy in Sociology, University Oregon, 1984.
Teaching assistant, U. Oregon, Eugene, 1982-1983;research consultant, National Council Crime and Delinquency, Inc., San Francisco, 1983-1984;project manager, National Council Crime and Delinquency, Inc., San Francisco, 1984-1987;staff therapist, Psychotherapy Institute, Berkeley, California, 1986-1989;private practice psychotherapy, Berkeley, since 1987;program coordinator, Youth and Family Superior vena cava syndrome Solano County, Inc., Vallejo, California, 1987-1989;program director, Youth and Family Superior vena cava syndrome Solano County, Inc., Vallejo, California, since 1989. Member Children's Network advising committee to County Board Suprs., Solano County, 1990.
Member California Association Marriage and Family Therapists.