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Armand DiMele

Born: Mar 14, 1940

Birthplace: New York City

Profession: Psychotherapist

Nationality: United States

Armand DiMele

Date of Birth : Mar 14, 1940
Birth Place : New York City

Armand F. DiMele was a psychotherapist and radio broadcaster from New York. He was a Board Certified Diplomate in Clinical Social Work, a Certified Rehabilitation Specialist and a registered graduate education Supervisor. He grew up on the Lower East Side of New York City. A self-styled drummer, he had an early introduction to jazz living on 6th street, neighbor to Bill Barron, Lee Morgan, Booker Ervin, Elvin Jones and countless other jazz greats. The Five Spot Cafe in the Bowery neighborhood was his second home. He was also exposed to radio at a very young age. His parents owned a radio repair store at 247 East 10th Street in New York. DiMele worked on Wall Street as a securities specialist and trader between 1960 and 1969, promoted to manager of the prestigious Van Alstyne Noel and Company. While working, he attended Hunter College at night studying psychology. He interned with Sam Barondes and Hirsh Cohen at Albert Einstein College of Medicine on studying the chemical basis of memory storage. He simultaneously attended the Metropolitan Community for Psychotherapy training program.


  • Psychotherapist
  • Radio personality

Also known as

  • Armand F. DiMele
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