Thomas Wayne Paul, American psychotherapist. Diplomate American Psychotherapy Association; certified alcohol, drugs counselor, employee assistance professional; nationally certified addictions counselor; national certified group psychotherapist.
Paul, Thomas Wayne was born on March 25, 1950 in Vallejo, California, United States. Son of Thomas Birdsall and Shirley Mae (Osterheld) Paul.
Civilian program coordinator, director community counseling center, Seneca Army Depot, Romulus, New York, 1981-1985;
services manager, Finger Lakes Alcoholism Counseling and Referral Agency, Seneca Falls, New York, 1985-1986;
director outpatient service department,, FLACRA, Clifton Springs, New York, 1985;
director employee assistance program, Maxwell Hall, Clifton Springs, 1985-1986;
regional services coordinator, MEDIPLEX Group, Rochester, New York, 1986-1987;
co-owner, Human Progress Enterprises, Newark, New York, since 1986;
chemical dependency program coordinator, Hobart & William Smith Colls., Newark, 1985-1988;
private practice in psychotherapy, Geneva and Rochester, New York, 1985-1988;
director, founder, Adult Child & Co-dependency Center, Rochester, since 1988. President Finger Lakes Alcoholism Counseling & Referral Agency, Clifton Springs, 1983-1984, Council on Alcoholism of Finger Lakes, Geneva, since 1986. Treasurer New York State Coalition for Children of Addictions, since 1987, chairman Rochester chapter, since 1986.
Chairman Combined Federal Campaign United Way, Romulus, New York, 1983-1984. Member National Association Alcohol & Drugs Counselors, National Association Children of Alcoholics, American Group Psychotherapy assosiation, New York Federation Alcoholism Counselors, New York State Coalition for Children of Addictions.