Bruce W. Cameron, M.S., LPC-S, LSOTP CV

Bruce Cameron CV Curriculum Vitae

Bruce William Cameron

8117 Preston Road, Suite 300                    515 W. Southlake Blvd., Suite 172

Dallas, TX 75225                                                                   Southlake, Texas 76092


Professional Overview

Served twenty-three years as a specialist and advisor to both internal and external decision makers with the United Justice Department and component agencies, including DEA, US Marshals Service, and FBI. Interested in counseling, workplace violence investigations, workplace efficiency, group psychotherapy. Member of American Mensa since 1988.


  • Master of Science in Clinical Psychology, University of Wyoming, 1989
  • Residency in Clinical Forensic Psychology at University of North Carolina School of Medicine
    (APA/ APIC approved), 1990-1991
  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Texas A&M University, 1985

Professional Licenses and Certifications/Affiliations/Memberships

  • Licensed Professional Counselor, State of Texas #17570, Supervisor #1111
  • Licensed Sex Offender Treatment Provider with Adolescence Specialty,
    State of Texas #99136
  • Certified Sex Offender De-Registration Specialist, State of Texas
  • Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association Affiliate Expert Member
  • Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA) Clinical Member

Professional Experience

Private Psychotherapy Counseling Practice with two locations in Dallas and Southlake, TX., 2004 to present

  • Provide counseling and consultation to a variety of clients
  • Executive Performance Counseling includes Remedial, Transitional, Development Coaching, Organizational Change, and Pathology Management
  • Assist Clients with difficulties in work and life issues
  • Provide treatment for Youth and Adult Sex Offenders
  • Provide Federal Case/Federal Prison Consultation for White Collar, Sex Crimes and Drug Cases

Community Treatment Oversight Specialist, Federal Bureau of Prisons Duty Station in Grand Prairie, TX, December 2012 – July 2013

  • Oversaw all releasing of Federal Inmates who were Drug Program Graduates, or Mental Health or Sex Offender inmates, in a 5 state region
  • Procured and audited Justice Department Drug/Mental Health Contracts

Drug Abuse Treatment Oversight Specialist, US Justice Department Federal Bureau of Prisons, South Central Regional Office Transitional Management Unit, May 2000 – November 2012

  • Managed offenders on a Specialty Management Team
  • Managed Adolescent and Adult Offenders to release
  • Represented the Bureau of Prisons in Court, state and national gatherings, providing information pertaining to the Bureau of Prison’s strategy in treating substance abusers, mentally ill, and sexually offenders
  • Performed special designations for Bureau Institutions based on security, custody and health needs
  • Certified the release of select Federal Offenders within a five state region
  • Assisted in Internal Affairs and/or OIG criminal case proceedings by documenting violations and preparing reports for further action
  • Served as liaison with US Probation, US Marshals Service and other local/federal law enforcement agencies

Drug Abuse Treatment Specialist, US Justice Department Medical Center Carswell, Fort Worth, TX, July 1994-May 2000

  • Supervised drug abuse treatment trainees
  • Responsible for drug abuse treatment activities for both main institution and satellite camp
  • Performed psychological evaluations, court-ordered forensic evaluations, individual and group psychotherapy, crisis intervention, and supervision of contract employees
  • Served as a staff sponsor for new employees

Acting Chief Director Psychology Services, US Justice Department Federal Medical Center, Carville, LA, October 1992-July 2004

  • Supervised and conducted psychological evaluations, individual and group psychotherapy, and hospital consultation on general medicine units
  • Served as Director of the Psychiatry/Psychology Clinic

Therapist, US Department of Justice/Federal Correctional Institution, Butner, NC, April 1990-October 1992

  • Performed a variety of Forensic Assessments
  • Opened Pilot Residential Drug Abuse Treatment Program
  • Opened Sex Offender Treatment Unit as a therapist


Adjunct Psychology Faculty at Columbia College Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base, Fort Worth, TX, 1997-present

Teach courses in Experimental Psychology and Abnormal Psychology


Carich, M.S., Cameron, B., Young, H. and Parkins, M. (Summer-Fall 2013). The key essential elements of contemporary sex offender treatment: A brief summary. ATSA Forum, Vol. XXV,
No. 3-4.

Cameron, B.W. (March 13, 2013). The Federal Bureau of Prison’s Sexual Offender Treatment and Management Programs. Online presentation.

Cameron, B. and Caperton, J. (March 2013). Federal sex offender treatment: Sex offender management and community treatment perspectives. 21st Annual Conference on the Management of Adults and Juveniles with Sexual Behavior Problems, Austin, TX.

Carich, M.S. and Cameron, B. (2008). Identifying the offense processes and intervention. Chapter in The Sex Offender: Offender Evaluation and Program Strategies, Ed. Barbara K. Schwartz. Civic Research Institute: Kingston, NJ.

Stephens, C.P. and Cameron, B.W. (2007). Hotels, Motels, Cocktails & Jail-Cells: From Syringe to Salvation in Fort Worth Texas. Outskirts Press.

Academic Honors

  • Postdoctoral Fellowship, US Justice Department Butner, NC
  • Psi Chi National Honor Society in Psychology
  • Phi Kappa Phi Graduate Honor Society

Dean’s List University of Wyoming and Texas A&M University


ATSA FORUM 2013-Contemporary Elements of Sex Offender Treatment

Federal Bureau of Prisons Sex Offender Management-

Sex Offender Text Chapter:

Texas State Sex Offender Presentation

American Bar Association Book:

Substance Use Disorder Book:



Psychology Today: