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Fred C. Hoebel
|Fred C. Hoebel started in Ethiopia 1965|
|Education in Ethiopia:|
|Michael Banister, Bernard Coughlin, John Coyne, Robert (Bob) Hill, Fred Hoebel, Charles Wood Jewett Jr., Sue Kerver, Bryan McClure, Don McGaughey, Michael O'Brien … further results|
|Other Volunteers who served in Ethiopia
|Michael Banister, Bernard Coughlin, John Coyne, Mickey Feltus, John Garamendi, Dusty Golobitsh, Robert (Bob) Hill, Fred Hoebel, Charles Wood Jewett Jr., Sue Kerver, Bryan McClure, Don McGaughey, Lew Mermelstein, Karl Moseley, Michael O'Brien … further results|
|Projects in Ethiopia
|Family Training Center, Walls for Orphans and Vulnerable Children's Center|
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 About Fred C. Hoebel Today
After his tour in the PC, Fred C. Hoebel hitchhiked across West Africa. He went on to the University of Chicago for a Masters' in Clinical Social Work. After graduating, he worked in the Fort Logan Mental Health Center in Denver, Colorado some two years and then went on to obtain his Ph.D. as a Clinical Psychologist at the California School of Professional Psychology in San Francisco, California. He worked with the Mental Research Institute's Brief Therapy Center, and married a Lebanese-Venezuelan while in the San Francisco Bay area, and then immigrated to Caracas, Venezuela where he has been in private practice since 1976 to the present.