Allen A. Du Mont, L.C.S.W., B.C.D., S.F.N.A.P., is a highly trained and licensed clinical social worker who will draw on his years of expertise to help you and your family.
He earned his Master's degree at Adelphi University which awarded him a graduate assistantship in his second year of study.
After getting his Master's degree, he pursued advanced clinical training at the Long Island Institute for Mental Health, completing the 3-year Fellowship Program in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy.
Later, he went to New York University where he completed the residency in family therapy and dissertation for the Ph.D. program in clinical social work.
He was elected Chair of the Social Work Academy of the National Academies of Practice, an organization consisting of the 14 health professions formed to honor leaders in the field and to advise the Congress and regulatory agencies of health policy.
For his contributions to the field, he was granted the honor of "Senior Fellow" and was later appointed as the Vice President of Membership of the NAP.
Most recently, he received the Nicholas Cummings Award, NAP’s highest honor, for his “extraordinary contributions” to interprofessional health care.
Contributions of Allen A. Du Mont to the Field of Healthcare:
Besides his own private practice of over 30 years, he is experienced in both public and private settings - as a clinician, supervisor, trainer, and an administrator.
He has also taught as an adjunct Professor at Fordham School of Social Service and Hunter College School of Social Work of CUNY.
Allen A. Du Mont founded A Child and Family Therapy Center 40 years ago to serve the Queens and Western Nassau communities.
He is the former president of both ICAPP, a small but distinguished organization dedicated to providing advanced clinical social work education, and the New York Society of Clinical Social Work.
We provide flexible scheduling options.