Ruth Gordon


Office: 239.692.8060
Cell: 239.293.4314





More than 30 years' experience working with a wide variety of psychological and psychosocial problems, as well as an assortment of disturbances caused by chemical imbalance, trauma, and addiction.

Masters degree in Psychology and Counseling from Assumption College, Worcester, MA in 1973. Masters degree in Clinical Social Work from Boston University, Boston, MA in 1990.

Extensive knowledge and experience in an assortment of training and work facilities:

Worcester Youth Guidance Center, Worcester, MA
Women's group for women at risk, Plumley Village, Worcester, MA
Certification in marriage and family therapy, Pastoral Counseling Center, Worcester, MA
Professor of Psychology, Quinsigamond Community College, Worcester, MA
Professor of Psychology, Fitchburg State College, Fitchburg, MA
Protective Social Worker, Dept. of Social Services, Worcester, MA
Eating disorders unit, Behavior Associates, a cognitive/behavioral private group practice, Boston, MA
Certification in Cognitive/Behavioral Psychotherapy, Boston, MA
Bournewood Psychiatric Hospital, Brookline, MA
Clinical Director, Delphi One, residential school for disturbed adolescents, Brighton, MA
Private Health Care Systems, Lexington, MA

Private practice 1990 – present time.

Research on Values in Family Life, The Dilemma of Loneliness,
The Medical Information Bureau and Blended Families.