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Carole Jones Bovitz

Carole Jones Bovitz, American psychotherapist. License marriage, family, child therapist; certified employee assistance professional.


  • Bovitz, Carole Jones was born on July 9, 1936 in Tulsa. Daughter of John Wesley Jones and Vada L. (Dailey) Friesen.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Psychology, California State University, Northridge, 1969. Master of Arts in Psychology, Pepperdine University, 1982.


    • Partner, Personnel Research Associations, Chatsworth, California, 1979-1982;president, Carole Bovitz & Associations, Huntington Beach and Torrance, California, 1982-1988;provider relations manager, Personal Performance Consultants Inc., Irvine, California, 1988-1992;private practice, Long Beach and Cerritos, California, since 1992. Director presenting services American Business Concepts, Torrance, 1986-1987. Seminar consultant, trainer Children's Hospital, Orange, California, 1986-1987.

      Consultant management seminars Chamber of Commerce, Riviera Village Associations, Redondo Beach, California,1988.


    Party affiliation: Democrat


    President California Legislation Roundtable, Sacramento, 1985-1986. Trustee governing board School District, Goleta, California, 1976. Board directors California Educational Congress, Sacramento, 1984-1986, California Coalition Fair School Finance, 1984-1986.

    Member American Association of University Women (volunteer community leadership trainer 1985-1988, state president 1984-1986, state representative to national board directors 1978-1982, state director leadership 1988-1989, president Orange County interbr. council president's 1987-1988, California state fellowship endowment named in her honor 1986 in perpetuity, research grant named in her honor 1986 in perpetuity, gift honoree local chapters 1976, 86, 94), California Association Marriage and Family Therapists.



    Avocations: movies, traveling, reading.


    • Married Richard Stanley Bovitz, May 28, 1959. Children: J. Scott, Jennifer Jean.
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    Born July 9, 1936