Jo Nol, Ph.D., MS, LCSW
Jo Nol, Ph.D., MS, LCSW is the president and principle instructor of Control Mastery Psychotherapy Training - New England. She has been studying, teaching and practicing Control-mastery theory for 24 years. She is also a partner at the Women's Center for Psychotherapy in West Hartford, Connecticut and is an adjunct at the University of Connecticut School of Social Work. She has also taught at Michigan State University School of Social Work, Smith College School for Social Work, and St. Josephs College, Department of Social Work.
She has presented on the topic of Control-mastery for 18 years and provides consultation and supervision on the theory as well. Jo has completed a Master’s of Science degree, with a concentration in Neuroscience, at the University of Hartford. In addition, Jo has served as the President of the Connecticut Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, as well as the chapter’s Ethics Committee.
Presently she co-chairs the chapter’s Clinical Social Work Network. She has authored numerous articles on Control-mastery and two mysteries, Dead in Winter and Murder Mismanaged, with a social worker as protagonist.