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Patricia Sue Millikin

Patricia Sue Millikin, American psychotherapist, columnist. Member college board, Mademoiselle, 1988; Member of American Mental Health Counselors Association, American Personnel and Guidance Association, American Association Marriage and Family Therapists (clinical member since 1982).

Background

  • Millikin, Patricia Sue was born on March 14, 1945 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, United States. Daughter of Thomas Steele and Nell Celeste (Calkins) Ingram.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Arkansas College, 1966. Master of Education, Memphis State University, 1978. Doctor of Education in Counseling, Memphis State University, 1982.

    Career

    • Teacher public school, Arizona, 1966—1967, Tennessee, 1968—1969. Social worker, 1968—1970. Teacher Tennessee Public School, 1971—1979.

      Graduate assistant Memphis State University, 1979—1981. Individual practice marital & family psychotherapy Memphis, since 1981. Columnist Germantown News, since 1981, Collierville Herald, since 1981.

    Works

    • Performer co-host Coping, Channel 7, Cable television.

    Religion

    Denomination: Unitarian

    Membership

    Member college board, Mademoiselle, 1988. Member of American Mental Health Counselors Association, American Personnel and Guidance Association, American Association Marriage and Family Therapists (clinical member since 1982).

    Connections

    • Married Robert H. Millikin, June 30, 1967. Children: Patrick David, Crandall Bronwyn.
    • father: Thomas Steele Ingram
    • mother: Nell Celeste (Calkins) Ingram
    • spouse: Robert H. Millikin
    • children: Patrick David Millikin
    • Crandall Bronwyn Millikin
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    Born March 14, 1945
    (age 72)
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