Fred Dyer Ph.D, CADC, LADC, and is an international trainer, speaker, consultant, author who provides training and consultations to agencies and organizations; criminal justice, mental health agencies, adolescent treatment facilities, emerging adult treatment facilities and persons with co-occurring disorders. along with re-entry challenges of emerging adults leaving correctional facilities.
Fred assist agencies in implementing cultural competence in trauma informed settings.
Fred attend and graduated Carver College in Atlanta GA with a bachelor’s degree.
He has worked with adolescents and adults in multiple settings.
Fred graduated from Grant Hospital Clinical Training Program for Addiction Counselors in 1994 as well as the Illinois School of Professional Psychology with a Certificate in Mental Health Counseling in 1995 along with a Master’s in Psychology/Counseling which he obtained in 1997.
Fred attended Adler School of Professional Psychology from 1999-2002 PsyD Program and then went on to graduate from Richardson University in 2005 with a Ph.D in Psychology.
Fred has been a Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor since 1996 and has trained throughout the United States as well as consulted and trained at numerous substance use treatment conferences and several alcohol and drug studies schools, juvenile justice/criminal justice symposiums, child and adolescents mental health conferences.
Fred is also a Licensed Alcohol and Drug abuse Counselor.