Focus on: Dale Monroe-Cook
Oak Park, IL
Dale Monroe-Cook earned his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Michigan State University, completing specialized training in family therapy at the Family Life Clinic there. He has extensive clinical and administrative experience in the treatment of substance use and dual diagnosis disorders, including individual, family and group therapy in non-traditional open treatment settings.
Most recently, he served as Vice President of Clinical Operations at Yellowbrick, an intensive outpatient treatment program for emerging adults that integrates neuroscience, psychotherapy, life skills, wellness research and practice. He has maintained a private practice in Chicago, Illinois for the past twenty years. Now retired from Yellowbrick, he looks forward to travel, kayaking and the time to complete a book related to the history of recorded sound. He is the married father of two adult children, living in Oak Park, IL.
Dale Monroe-Cook has presented:
- Whole-Group Facilitation: The group is greater than the sum of individuals (2017)