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Sherry Lynn Knapp

Sherry Lynn Knapp, American behavioral health services administrator. Licensed psychologist, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania.


  • Knapp, Sherry Lynn was born on October 5, 1958 in Sellersville, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Kenneth Garvin Knapp and Ruth Elliott (Conard) Jefferis.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Psychology with honors, Indiana University Pennsylvania, 1980. Master of Arts in Psychology, Southern Illinois University, 1982. Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology, Southern Illinois University, 1985.


    • Psychology associate VA, Boston, 1984-1985. Staff psychologist Butler Hospital, Providence, 1985-1986. Director addiction services Marlborough (Massachusetts) Hospital, 1986-1989.

      Director community support services Community Counseling Center, Pawtucket, Rhode Island, 1989-1990. Assistant director adolescent services Southwood Community Hospital, Norfolk, Massachusetts, 1990-1991. Vice president clinical operations The Stevens Center, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, since 1992.

    Major achievements

    • Licensed psychologist, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania.


    Denomination: Lutheran


    Volunteer Helen Krause Animal Foundation. Member committee United Way Greater Carlisle, 1993-1995. Board directors South Central Pennsylvania Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Planning Coalition, since 1994.

    Member American Psychological Association, American Academy Health Services Providers in Addictions, Association Mental Health Administrators (president local chapter 1990, regional governor 1991, 93—), Massachusetts Psychological Association, Pennsylvania Psychological Association, National Register Health Service Providers in Psychology, Society Psychologists in Management, Kiwanis (Carlisle board directors since 1995), Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Gamma Mu, Psi Chi.



    Music, gardening, travel.


    • father: Kenneth Garvin Knapp Jefferis
    • mother: Ruth Elliott (Conard) Jefferis
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    Born October 5, 1958
    (age 59)