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Joan Frances Tamulevich

Joan Frances Tamulevich, substance abuse therapist. License mental health counselor. Recipient scholarship to the New England Institute of Addiction Studies, The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Division of Substance Abuse Services, Brown University, Providence, 1991.

Background

  • Tamulevich, Joan Frances was born on July 27, 1940 in Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of Anthony and Constance (Kucewicz) Tamulevich.

  • Education

    • American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Worcester Junior College, 1978. Bachelor of Science, Worcester State College, 1989. Master of Arts, Framingham State College, 1990.

    Career

    • Mechanical draftsperson Norton Company, Worcester, 1962-1969, Morgan Construction Company, Worcester, 1973-1987. Substance abuse/intervention counselor Adcare Hospital, 1987-1988. Substance abuse counselor Longwood Treatment Center, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, 1989-1990.

      Word processor Fenwall Safety Systems, Marlboro, 1990. Instructor driver alcohol education program G. B. Wells Human Services Center, Southbridge, 1988-1993. Group co-leader Women's Recovery Group, Framingham, 1990-1991.

      With mechanical drafting services TBV Inc., Sutton, Massachusetts, 1990-1991. Substance abuse therapist Together, Inc., Marlboro, 1990-1992. Counselor, trainer employee assistance services Family Services Central Massachusetts, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1992-1994.

      Private practice therapy, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, since 1992. Emergency services clinician North Central Human Services, Gardner, Massachusetts, 1993-1994. International trade and marketing consultant, Shrewsbury, 1993-1997.

      Program coordinator Women's Hope Center for Wellness and Recovery, Massachusetts Correctional Institute, Framingham, 1994-1995. Clinical coordinator Leominster (Massachusetts) Detoxification and Rehabilitation Center, 1995. Substance abuse counselor, case manager Spectrum Addiction Services for Massachusetts Correctional Institute, Framingham, 1996-1997.

      Clinician South Middlesex Opportunity Center, Mental Health and Addiction Services, Framingham, 1995-2000. Crisis intervention specialist University Massachusetts Medical Center, 1997-1998. Addictions counselor and assessor Adcare Hospital, 1998-1999.

      Alcohol and drug abuse clinician, intake and group facilitar Advent Men Who Batter Program, St Vincent Hospital Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services, Worcester, 1999-2000. Substance abuse case manager Caritas-Norwood Hospital, Norcap Lodge, Norwood, Mass, 2000. Employee assistance program counselor Magellan Behavioral Health for United States Postal Service, since 2001.

      Community service director United States Army, Natick, Minnesota, 2002^.

    Major achievements

    • License mental health counselor.

    Membership

    Candidate for selectman, Leicester, 1982. Vice president Belmont Home Community Association, Worcester, 1990. Member American Counseling Association, Massachusetts Mental Health Counselors Association.

    Personality

    Interests

    Bicycling, plants, reading.

    Connections

    • father: Anthony Tamulevich
    • mother: Constance (Kucewicz) Tamulevich
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