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Patricia Cheyne Washburn

Patricia Cheyne Washburn was American psychologist, environmental scientist, conservationist. Member of National Museum American Indian (charter member), Natural Lands Trust, Philadelphia Zoo, National Trust Historic Preservation, Nature Conservancy, Association for Play Therapy.

Background

  • Washburn, Patricia Cheyne was born on April 27, 1941 in Plattsburgh, New York, United States. Daughter of Gerald Kenneth and Doris Rothermel Cheyne.

  • Education

    • Bachelor Psychology, Hartwick College, 1963. Master of Arts Counseling Psychology, Immaculata College, 1991.

    Career

    • Juvenile probation officer Oneida County, Utica, New York, 1963—1964. Elementary school teacher, 1964—1986. Play therapist, consultant Children Unlimited, Pottstown, Pennsylvania, 1991—2001.

      Co-founder Coventry Land Trust. Planning commissioner North Coventry Planning, since 2001.

    Membership

    Member of National Museum American Indian (charter member), Natural Lands Trust, Philadelphia Zoo, National Trust Historic Preservation, Nature Conservancy, Association for Play Therapy.

    Connections

    • Married Christopher Hiram Washburn, July 24, 1965. Children: Diane, James.
    • father: Gerald Kenneth
    • mother: Doris Rothermel Cheyne
    • spouse: Christopher Hiram Washburn
    • children: Diane Washburn
    • James Washburn
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    Nationality
    • 1963
      Hartwick College
    • 1991
      Immaculata College
    • 1963 - 1964
      Juvenile probation officer, Oneida County
      Utica, Michigan, United States
    • 1964 - 1986
      elementary school teacher
    • 2001
      planning commissioner North Coventry Planning