Company: Allan Mohl
Location: Dobbs Ferry, NY
DOBBS FERRY, NY, April 22, 2015, Allan S. Mohl, Ph.D., BCD, LCSW, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, has been recognized by Elite American Health Professionals for dedication, achievements, and leadership in psychotherapy and social work.
With more than 54 years of professional experience, Dr. Mohl specializes in individual, marriage and family therapy. He currently manages operations at his practice in New York, and offers counseling services to families and individuals. Dr. Mohl started out working at Brooklyn Aftercare Clinic, working with patients released from The Central Islip State Hospital. He then served as a case worker at The Children’s Village, a residential treatment school, for two years. He has been working with the students of New York City schools for 18 years as a therapist. He strives to implement the philosophy that “every day is a gift” into his every endeavor. Dr. Mohl has written and presented at psychohistorical conventions at New York University and Fordham University. In 1965 and 1966, he was involved with a federally-funded anti-poverty program in the South Bronx, called Project ENABLE. Thereafter, he was a casework supervisor at Daughters of Jacob Geriatric Center, where he was instrumental in developing and implementing a stimuli therapy program for senescent patients. He returned to Children’s Village in 1970 as a supervisor, and in 1971, he became a unit director. Subsequently, in 1977, he was appointed to the role of director of residential social services at Queensboro Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. This position allowed him to supervise an incest treatment unit until 1980.
Dr. Mohl was instrumental in developing a humor cart program at White Plains Hospital. It involved various comic films that are supposed to help people who are in bad shape, sick or disabled. From 1980 until 1984, Dr. Mohl was a key force in the development of a family unit at a community-based agency known as the Tremont Improvement Project Neighborhood House. He has written a number of articles for professional journals and has published four books of poetry, including his most recent book, “Autumn Leaves at Twilight.” He has also published articles in the International Psychohistorical Association Journal. Dr. Mohl has six grandchildren, Ray, Gillon, Julia, Aaron, Ryan and Danny.
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