Fred Dyer, MA, CADC, is an internationally recognized speaker, trainer, author, and consultant who services juvenile justice/detention/residential programs, child welfare/foster care agencies, child and adolescent residential facilities, mental health facilities, and adolescent substance abuse prevention programs in the areas of implementation and utilization of evidence-based, gender-responsive, culturally competent, and developmentally and age appropriate practices. You can observe his work at www.dyerconsulting.org.
Fred Dyer has consulted throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. He has provided trainings and consultations to Mississippi Department of Mental Health in addressing aggressive and aggressively acting-out youth through prevention, interruption, and programmatic interventions. Fred Dyer has trained at several alcohol and drug studies schools nationally. He presented at Toronto, Canada’s, 50th Year Addictions Studies Conference and was the lead consultant in the development of the Department of National Drug Control’s After-School Prevention Program for middle school youth in Bermuda.