Dr. David Hall was born and raised in New England. He served in the US Army from 1971 to 1973 as a counselor at the drug rehabilitation center in Fort Dix, New Jersey. After leaving the Army, Dr. Hall attended Gordon College where he earned his bachelor’s and master’s degree in biology. In 1981, he earned his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Vermont College of Medicine and completed his residency in internal medicine at St. Francis Hospital in 1984. Immediately after his residency, Dr. Hall started his career in emergency and urgent care. He was board-certified in Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine and was an associate professor of medicine at the University of Connecticut.
In 1997, Dr. Hall was forced to retire due to early coronary disease and moved to Florida. He spent 20 years in recovery work, marriage counseling, personal counseling, professional conferences, reading, and seminars. In 2014, Dr. Hall went back to college and in 2017 graduated from Hodges University in Fort Myers with a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling. Since then, he has been practicing counseling within both faith-based and secular organizations and is currently with Peace and Meaning Counseling Services in Fort Myers.
Dr. Hall is passionate about mental health and is a member of many organizations including, the Gulf Coast Mental Health Association, American Mental Health Counseling Association, Christian Association for Psychological Studies, and Christian Medical and Dental Association. He is also trained and certified in Neurolinguistic Programming and Transformation Prayer Ministry.
To hear more from Dr. David Hall and the evolving mental health care crisis faced by frontline workers, join us on March 25th at 9AM for the Uyeno Foundations free Mental Health Virtual Symposium. Click here to learn more about our distinguished panel and register today!