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  Earle Donelson

Earle Donelson, Ph.D.
Counseling Psychologist, Samaritan Counseling Center
Memphis, Tennessee

Earle Donelson, Ph.D., is a licensed counseling psychologist on the staffs of the Samaritan Counseling Center and Le Bonheur Center for Children and Families. He earned his Doctorate from Kent State University. Earle's practice includes individual therapy for adult and teenagers, couples therapy, educational seminars and psychological assessment. Some of his specific areas of interest include the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD, parent-training, the intersection of spirituality and psychology, the long-term implications of poverty and violence on personality and sexual self-concept. Earle is an ordained Deacon at Idlewild Presbyterian Church.

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