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Robert Wayne Mondoux Edit Profile

Robert Wayne Mondoux, American psychotherapist. Member of N.Atlantic Regional Counselor Supervision Association, Massachusetts Coalition of Substance Abuse Providers, International Halfway House Association, Association Counselor Education and Supervision, Association Specialists Group Work, American Rehabilitation Counseling Association, National Association Mental Health Workers, American Personnel and Guidance Association.

Background

Mondoux, Robert Wayne was born on September 11, 1949 in Rochester, New Hampshire, United States. Son of Gerard Bertrand and Iola Marie (Barthelemy) Mondoux.

Education

Bachelor, Plymouth (New Hampshire) State College, 1971. Master of Education, Boston State College, 1976. Postgraduate, Suffolk University, Boston.

Postgraduate, Columbia Pacific University, since 1983.

Career

Psychiatric aide New Hampshire Hospital, Concord, 1971—1972. Mental health worker Augusta (Maine) Mental Health Institute, 1972—1973. Manager, counselor N. Cottage Program Alcoholics, Boston, 1973—1978.

Psychology technician outpatient clinic, psychology service Virginia, Boston, 1974—1977. Counselor drug dependence treatment center, 1977—1980. Lead counselor, 1981—1982.

Health science specialist, since 1982. Director Sedgwick St. Community Residence Alcoholics, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, since 1978. Group psychotherapy consultant drug and alcohol units Tufts New England Medical Center, Boston, 1981—1982.

Clinical supervisor consultant St. Jude House, Jamaica Plain, since 1981. Psychotherapist Counseling Associates, since 1982.

Membership

Member of N.Atlantic Regional Counselor Supervision Association, Massachusetts Coalition of Substance Abuse Providers, International Halfway House Association, Association Counselor Education and Supervision, Association Specialists Group Work, American Rehabilitation Counseling Association, National Association Mental Health Workers, American Personnel and Guidance Association.