JEROLD D. BOZARTH, PhD, LMFT, LPC
The University of Georgia,
Department of Counseling and
He was the Department Chair for eleven years, Coordinator of the Rehabilitation
Counseling Program for three years and Director of the Person-Centered
Studies Program for nine years during his twenty year tenure in that department.
He also worked with the Illinois Department of Mental Health, and the Universities
of Southern Illinois, Arkansas, Iowa and Florida.
He has been a licensed psychologist. He is currently a Licensed Professional Counselor and Marriage and Family Therapist in Georgia.
He is nationally and internationally recognized as one of the leading authorities on Client-Centered Therapy and the Person-Centered Approach.
He has over 200 professional articles and book chapters in multiple areas including many on the theory and practice of the Person-Centered Approach and in psychotherapy outcome research. Other areas of expertise are conflict mediation, large community group facilitation, psychotherapy outcome research and organizational facilitation.