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Marcia Sue Kessler

Marcia Sue Kessler, American Therapist ( hlth: hlth. service)consultant, trainer, private therapist. Member American Personnel and Guidance Association, Association Humanistic Psychology, Association Volunteer Adminstrs., Phi Sigma Sigma.

Background

  • Kessler, Marcia Sue was born on September 30, 1947 in Cleveland. Daughter of Max and Guta (Small) Kessler.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University Cincinnati, 1970. Master of Science, University Oregon, 1981.

    Career

    • Teacher, Shaker Heights (Ohio) City Schools, 1971-1972. With juvenile delinquency prevention project-youth development program Case Western-Reserve U., Cleveland, 1973-1975. With Women's Growth Cooperative, Cleveland, 1976-1979.

      Guest lecturer Gestalt Institute Cleveland, 1978-1979. Director crisis services Free Medical Clinic, Cleveland, 1971-1979. Co-leader Eugene (Oregon) Cancer Support Group, 1980-1981.

      Director scheduling Ross Anthony for Congress, Eugene, 1981. Coordinator/trainer vols. Womenspace-Battered Women's Shelter, Eugene, 1982-1986.

      Therapist Hospice of Lane County, 1980-1982. Consultant child abuse, Domestic Violence Helpline, 1983-1986. Presenter Oregon Coalition AgainstSexual and Domestic Violence Conference, 1982, Oregon Crisis Prevention Workshop, 1985, numerous other workshops.

      Trustee Community Health and Education Clinic, 1979-1981. Consultant Community Sharing Helpline, Cottage Grove, Oregon, 1984-1985, American Red Cross, Eugene, 1988-1989, Volunteer Action Center, Eugene, 1986^. Specialist in volunteer systems Crisis Intervention Suicide Prevention, 1986^.

      Presenter Association Volunteer Administration Regional Conference, 1988, 89. Active Students for a Democratic Society, 1966-1973. Trainer Certified Crisis Intervention.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Membership

    Consultant Community Sharing Helpline, Cottage Grove, Oregon, 1984—1985, American Red Cross, Eugene, 1988—1989, Volunteer Action Center, Eugene, 1986—1995. Specialist in volunteer systems Crisis Intervention Suicide Prevention, 1986—1995. Presenter minstrn. Regional Conference, 1988—1989.

    Active Students for a Democratic Society, 1966—1973. Trainer Certified Crisis Intervention. Trustee Community Health and Education Clinic, 1979—1981.

    Member of Association of Traumatic Stress Specialists (certified trauma specialist), Association Volunteer Administrators, Association Humanistic Psychology, American Personnel and Guidance Association.
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    Born September 30, 1947
    (age 70)