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Donald Peacocke Smith, American administrator. Certified pupil personnel services California, adolescent development specialist Western Institute for Study of Adolescence. Grant, California Youth Authority, 1975-1976, Youth Services, 1976. Member of American Personnel & Guidance Association, Phi Delta Kappa.

Background

Smith, Donald Peacocke was born on April 29, 1953 in Pasadena, California, United States. Son of Richard Dillon and Marguerite Booth (Peacocke) Smith.

Education

Bachelor in Counseling & Psychology, Antioch College, 1976. Master of Arts in Counseling, San Jose State University, 1983.

Career

Founder, director John Muir High School, Ojai, California, since 1974. Associate director, since 1977. Consultant Challenge Education, West, San Jose, California, since 1978.

Senior consultant, since 1981. Private practice counseling Los Gatos, 1979—1982. Founder, director Almaden Valley Youth Counseling Service, 1979.

Part-time faculty San Jose State University, 1981—1982. Program director St. Andrew's Residence for Boys, Cupertino, 1981—1984, Don Smith Associates, since 1984. Founder Ventura Community Outreach Programs, California, 1973—1975.

Member advisory board Children's Shelter, Santa Clara, since 1982.

Achievements

  • Certified pupil personnel services California, adolescent development specialist Western Institute for Study of Adolescence.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Self Directing Teenager, 1981, Drug Use and Leisure Time Utilization, 1984.

Membership

Member of American Personnel & Guidance Association, Phi Delta Kappa.

Connections

father:
Richard Dillon Smith

mother:
Marguerite Booth (Peacocke) Smith