Since 1990, Bruce Cameron has worked as a therapist, and administrator for the U.S. Department of Justice/Federal Bureau of Prisons. His professional credentials include Licensed Professional Counselor/Supervisor, Licensed Sex Offender Treatment Provider, and Certified Addiction Specialist. He is also a Diplomate of Clinical Forensic Counseling.
Mr. Cameron received his graduate training in clinical psychology at the University of Wyoming, and completed his American Psychological Association internship in clinical forensic psychology at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
This was followed by a fellowship in clinical forensic psychology with the Federal Correctional Institution in Butner, North Carolina, where he opened the Pilot Residential Drug Abuse and Sex Offender treatment units. He was promoted to Director of psychology services at the Federal Medical Center in Carville, Louisiana. He then opened the female Federal Medical Center Carswell in Fort Worth, Texas, focusing on addiction treatment.
In 2000, he promoted to the Bureau's South Central Regional Office/Transitional Services section in Dallas, Texas, which procures and provides technical oversight of drug abuse, mental health and sex offender treatment services for releasing federal inmates in a five-state region.
Mr. Cameron retired in 2013 from his final assignment as a Central Office Community Treatment Oversight Division, duty station Grand Prairie, Texas. Mr. Cameron now maintains a private counseling/consulting practice in Dallas and Southlake, Texas, and an adjunct faculty appointment for Columbia College, Columbia, Missouri.