John Foster Elliott began his career in psychology at age twenty-one, founding the first crisis intervention and drug-counseling center at Pennsylvania State University. He worked with Dr Steven Danish and others in utilizing Rogerian techniques for paraprofessionals and presented his first paper for the APA at age 22. John graduated cum laude in 1974, receiving the Eric Walker Award for "the most outstanding character, leadership and citizenship" among the senior graduating class. He went on to Los Angeles and established several other non-profit mental health programs for the poor and disadvantaged. He also studied Gestalt and NeoReichian therapy for five years with Eric Marcus, MD, one of the founders of the Gestalt Institute of Los Angeles. John received his Master's degree in Clinical Psychology in 1981 at International College and was licensed by the State of California as a Marriage and Family Therapist in 1982.
Psychotherapy for Individuals, Families and Relationships.
Training for other psychotherapists (Continuing Education Instructor for the State of California)
Consultation for business and organizations for conflict resolution.
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