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Allene Townsend Goldman

Allene Townsend Goldman, American Marriage, family and child therapist, consultant ( hlth: hlth. service, Cons.)marriage, family and child therapist, consultant.

Background

  • Goldman, Allene Townsend was born on February 19, 1937 in Roswell, New Mexico, United States. Daughter of Thomas T. Mann and Allene (Ballard) M.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Colorado State University, 1959. Master of Science, Oregon State University, 1965. Clinical trainee, teacher/therapist emotionally disturbed children Observation Clinic for Children, Los Angeles, 1960-1963.

      Tutor/therapist for emotionally disturbed and brain damaged children, Roswell, New Mexico,1963-1965. Special education teacher, Roswell, 1964-1965. Director, teacher, parent coordinator Midtown School, Los Angeles, 1965-1966.

      Director children's programs Center for Early Education, Los Angeles, 1966-1969, instructor, 1966-1973. Instructor Los Angeles Valley College, 1969-1974. Marriage and family therapist, Los Angeles and Dallas, since 1970.

      Instructor California State University-Los Angeles, 1972, Santa Monica College, 1973-1976. Co-founder and president of the board Richstone Center, Los Angeles, 1974, director, 1974-1976. Director Eastfield Parent/Child Study Center, Eastfield College, Mesquite, Texas, 1976-1980.

      Executive director Parents Anonymous, Dallas, since 1981. Consultant-therapist Recovery Association. Member bd.Richardson Development Center consultant The Family Place, Dallas.

      Community speaker.

    Career

    • Clinical trainee, teacher, therapist emotionally disturbed children Observation Clinic Children, Los Angeles, 1960—1963, tutor, therapist emotionally disturbed and brain damaged children Roswell, New Mexico, 1963—1965, special education teacher, 1964—1965. Director, teacher, parent coordinator Midtown School, Los Angeles, 1965—1966. Director children's programs Center Early Education, 1966—1969, instructor, 1966—1973, Los Angeles Valley College, 1969—1974.

      Marriage and family therapist Los Angeles, Dallas, since 1970. Instructor California State University, Los Angeles, 1972, Santa Monica College, 1973—1976. Co-founder and president board Richstone Center, Los Angeles, 1974, director, 1974—1976, Eastfield Parent-Child Study Center, Eastfield College, Mesquite, Texas, 1976—1980.

      Executive director Parents Anonymous, Dallas, since 1981. Consultant-therapist Recovery Association. Member board Richardson Development Center.

      Consultant Family Place, Dallas, community speaker.

    Membership

    Interview committee member Big Sisters, Van Nuys, California, 1974—1976. Member of Mental Health Association Dallas County (chairman child and adolescent committee, annual parent conference committee, annual child abuse conference committee), Dallas Association Education Young Children, Texas Association Marriage-Family Therapists, American Association Marriage-Family Therapists, Texas Junior Colleges Teachers Association, Texas Association Education Young Children, Southern Association Education Young Children, National Association Education Young Children.

    Connections

    • Children: Emily, Justin.
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    Born February 19, 1937