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Carling, Paul J.


CARLING, Paul J. American, b. 1945. Genres: Medicine/Health, Psychology, Public/Social administration, Self help, Theology/Religion. Career: American Friends Service Committee, NYC, projects director, 1966-68; Fellowship House Farm, Pottstown, PA, farm manager, 1968-69; Carling & Keitt, Philadelphia, PA, partner, contractor and carpenter, 1970-72; St. Joseph's College, Philadelphia, psychology intern at Counseling Center, 1973-74; Horizon House, Philadelphia, director of program development, director of residential services and intern, 1974-78; New Jersey Division of Mental Health and Hospitals, Trenton, chief of Bureau of Housing Policy and Development and acting chief of Bureau of Transitional Services, 1978-79; National Institute of Mental Health, Rockville, MD, special assistant to the director for mental health services, 1979-81; Vermont Department of Mental Health, Waterbury, deputy commissioner, 1981-83; University of Vermont, Burlington, research and clinical associate professor of psychology, 1982- and consultant to Behavior Therapy and Psychotherapy Center. University of Pennsylvania, lecturer, 1972-75; Boston University, research associate professor and director of community residential rehabilitation project at Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 1984-87; Center for Community Change through Housing and Support, executive director, 1987-99; Trinity College of Vermont, professor and director of Graduate Program in Community Mental Health, 1993-99; consultant to federal, state and local mental health organizations, 1984-. Guest on television programs; testified before the U.S. Senate and several state legislatures. Publications: (ed. with J.W. Jacobson and S.N. Burchard) Community Living for People with Developmental and Psychiatric Disabilities, 1992; Return to Community: Building Support Systems for People with Psychiatric Disabilities, 1995. Contributor to books and professional journals. Address: 31 Vermont Ave, Brattleboro, VT 05301-6014, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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