Lee Dogoloff currently maintains a general mental health practice specializing in the treatment of behavioral problems, anxiety and depression as well as drug, and alcohol abuse. He holds an advanced clinical practice license in both Maryland and Delaware and has been responding to the specialized needs of children, adolescents and their families for over 25 years.
In addition to maintaining a clinical practice, Mr. Dogoloff has had a distinguished career in both government and the private, non-profit sectors. From 1977 to 1980, Mr. Dogoloff served on the White House staff as President Carter’s principal adviser on drugs. He then became Executive Director of the American Council for Drug Education and acted as moderator of the Education Section of the 1988 White House Conference for a Drug Free America. Later, he was the only drug abuse expert appointed by President Bush to his Drug Advisory Council.
More recently, Mr. Dogoloff was selected by the Washingtonian magazine as an outstanding psychotherapist for treating troubled adolescents. He currently holds a Delaware judicial appointment as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for neglected, dependant, and abandoned children.