Jeanne H. Wurmser, Ph.D.email@example.comJeanne received a Ph.D. from Columbia University in Clinical Psychology and is a licensed clinical psychologist.She
directed of special education programs for students with serious emotional and behavioral problems, services for the Family Court, a full continuum of mental health services including outpatient, day program, case management, assertive community treatment, medication and crisis programs.She also directed substance abuse services, group homes, residential treatment centers, supported employment and supported housing services for consumers in the mental health, substance abuse, child welfare, juvenile justice and developmental disability systems.She was President and CEO of CPC Behavioral Healthcare in New Jersey for over twenty years after working there as Director of an APA-approved Psychology Internship, Director of Evaluation and Research and Assistant Executive Director.Jeanne joined with other leaders of community mental health centers to found Mental Health Corporations of America where she was a member of the Board of Trustees for ten years, Chairman for two years and Vice Chair of the Mental Health Risk Retention Group, a liability insurance company for community mental health agencies.Jeanne
has been a leader in developing, evaluating and improving services for children with special needs.She
is an accreditation Site Visitor for the American Psychological Association
has presented at local and national training conferences on program evaluation, evidence-based treatment interventions, use of MIS data for performance improvement and the management community based health and human services.She
has a consultation practice that provides strategic advice to health and human services CEOs with special emphasis on services for children with serious emotional, developmental and behavioral disorders.She serves on the Statewide Implementation Advisory Committee for New Jersey's Department of Human Services reform initiative, "Partnership for Children," chairs that initiative's Committee on Training and Technical Assistance and plays a active role in the initiative's Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement Committee.Jeanne designed her company's first computerized management information system and has worked as a Board Member of the New Jersey Association of Mental Health Agencies to keep her peers informed about ways to use technology to effectively manage and improve community services.