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Fances Jeanne Walker

Fances Jeanne Walker, American psychotherapist. Recipient Outstanding Scholarship award Georgia State University, 1987, 89, 92. Volunteer Hope for Romania, Atlanta, Open Door Community, Atlanta, Rainbows for All God's Children Catholic Social Services; Member American Association Marriage and Family Therapy, American Association Christian Counselors, American Association Counceling and Development.

Background

  • Walker, Fances Jeanne was born on October 30, 1947 in Little Rock.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Georgia State University, 1987. Master of Science, Georgia State University, 1989. Educational Specialist, Georgia State University, 1992.

    Career

    • Administrative officer DeKalb Company Government, Decatur, Georgia, 1977-1986. Mental health associate Ridyview & Parkwood Hospital, 1986-1988. Counselor Mount Paron-Alpha Care Counseling Center, Atlanta, 1989-1993.

      Professor sociology Clayton State College, Morrow, Georgia, 1991-1992. Professor psychology and sociology American College, Atlanta, 1990-1993. Private practice Decatur, since 1991.

    Membership

    Volunteer Hope for Romania, Atlanta, Open Door Community, Atlanta, Rainbows for All God's Children Catholic Social Services. Member American Association Marriage and Family Therapy, American Association Christian Counselors, American Association Counceling and Development.

    Connections

    • Daughter of Francis Marion and Eleanor (Jeanne) Gideon. Divorced; children: Matthew Kristen, Damine Elise.
    • father: Francis Marion Gideon
    • mother: Eleanor (Jeanne) Gideon
    • children: Matthew Kristen Walker
    • Damine Elise Walker
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    Born October 30, 1947
    (age 70)
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