William J. Manseau, D.Min.
CLINICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE QUALIFICATIONS
Pastoral Psychotherapist skilled in short term, solution focused, and long term, psychodynamic psychotherapeutic interventions for individuals, couples, families and groups dealing with issues such as loss, transition, attachment, conflict, and abuse, both victim and offender.
Administrator, planner, and consultant. Worked with community-based substance abuse, mental health and comprehensive primary health care programs related to secondary and tertiary care institutional resources in mid-size and major urban settings and technical assistance programs.
Ordained clergyperson, ecumenically oriented, experienced in a variety of pastoral care settings including parish, hospital, social agency and hospice.
1984 - 1999 Founder and Director, Emmaus Institute Counseling Services Established and direct a center for psychotherapy and spirituality in Nashua serving southern New Hampshire and mid Merrimack Valley communities and beyond. Five clinicians group. Collaborate with various hospitals and other medical and mental health care providers. Participant in NH Association of Licensed Pastoral Psychotherapists, American Association of Pastoral Counselors and the National Institute for Healthcare Research.
1982 - 1984 Executive Vice President, Health Happenings, Inc.
Managing director for a health care marketing and communications start up company serving the lower Merrimack Valley and surrounding cities and towns based on a free community magazine featuring local health care providers.
1978 -1982 President, Commonwealth Center for Community Health Development. Management consultant and project director for national primary health care associations and related health care organizations.
1976-1978 Executive Director, Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers Chief executive for an eighty-five member community health center association. Project Director for a New England primary health care center technical assistance program in collaboration with the National Association of Community Health Centers and US/DHHS.
D.Min., (Psychology & Clinical Studies), Andover Newton Theological School, 1989
D.Min., (Pastoral Psychology), Chicago Theological Seminary, 1974
M.A., (Philosophy & Psychology of Education), and Graduate Theologian, St. John's
Seminary, Brighton, MA, 1961
LICENSES & CERTIFICATES
Fellow, American Association of Pastoral Counselors, 1988 to Present
New Hampshire Licensed Pastoral Psychotherapist #40, 1992 to Present
National Board for Certified Clinical Hypnotherapists, 1996 to Present
Judd, L.R. and Manseau, W.J., eds. The Neighborhood Health Center, Its Growth and Problems: An Introduction. 1976, Wash. D.C., NACHC, Inc.