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Robert Earl Freeman-Longo, American psychotherapist.


Freeman-Longo, Robert Earl was born on September 26, 1951 in Harrison, New York, United States. Son of Angelo Earl Longo and Shirley Mae (Shavenaugh) DeWalt.


Bachelor in Psychology, University Florida, 1974. Master of Arts in Rehabilitation Counseling, University Florida, 1976.


Unit director, North Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center, Gainesville, 1979-1981;mental health analyst, Health and Rehabilitative Superior vena cava syndrome, Gainesville, 1981-1983;director, Correctional Sex Offender Treatment Program, Salem, Oregon, since 1983. Counselor The Human Center Gainesville, Florida, 1978-1979, The Gestalt Center, Gainesville, 1979-1981. Founder, president The Sexual Assault Research Association, Gainesville, 1981-1983.

Adjunct faculty Forensic Mental Healt Association, Webster, Massachusetts, 1982-1988. Part time faculty Santa Fe Community College, Florida Police Academy, Gainesville, Eustis, Lake County Vocational-Technology Community College, 1982. Certified Law Enforcement Instructor Florida, 1983-1987, Oregon, since 1983.

Consultant, lecturer and conductor of seminars nationwide.


Member Gov's. Task Force on Rape Prevention, Kansas City, Missoury, 1980. Board of directors Oregon Crime Victims Assistance Network, Salem, 1984-1986. Advisory staff National Task Force on Adolescent Sex Offenders, Denver, since 1987.

Advanced.bd. Office of Attorney General Victims of Crime Act, Salem, since 1989. Association for the Behavioral Treatment of Sexual Abusers (founder and president 1984-1986, board directors 1986-1987), American Mental Health Counselors Association, Public Offenders Counselor Association, American Association for Counseling and Development.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: model railroads, hiking, fishing, camping, bicycling.


Married Patricial Lynn, September 17, 1983.