|HAROLD M. VOTH, M.D.
Harold M. Voth, M.D., is a psychiatrist and
psychoanalyst. He was certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology as
a psychiatrist in May of 1953, and he was certified as a psychoanalyst in 1965.
Currently he is a Charter Fellow of the American College of Psychoanalysts and a Life
Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association.
|He is a
retired Rear Admiral of the United States Naval Reserve. Dr. Voth spent most of his
psychiatric career on the staff at The Menninger Foundation, Topeka, Kansas. During
this time he was also a clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Kansas.
Voth has written and lectured extensively on the family and on the harmful effects drugs
have on the individual and on society. For his contribution to the Navy and Marine
Corps “war on drugs” he received the Navy’s second highest peace time medal, the
Legion of Merit. Dr. Voth has participated in the activities of several
organizations, the mission of which is to combat the drug epidemic.