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Ann Marie Wiedenhoeft

Ann Marie Wiedenhoeft, American psychotherapist, consultant. Licensed clinical social worker, Minnesota, emeritus. Active Girl Scouts United States, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, 1966-1970; member League of Women Voters, Madison, Wisconsin, 1972-1976; president Parent-Teachers Association, Madison, 1972-1975. Member National Association of Social Workers, Phi Eta Sigma.

Background

Wiedenhoeft, Ann Marie was born on February 16, 1938 in Ladysmith, Wisconsin, United States. Daughter of Anton John and Josephine (Calmes) Schmirler.

Education

Bachelor of Social Work, University of Wisconsin, 1984;Master of Arts, St. Mary's College, 1987.

Career

Group facilitator, Family Svc., St. Paul, 1984-1987;psychotherapist, Family Svc., St. Paul, 1987-1990;private practice, St. Paul, 1990-1998. Consultant Parents Anonymous Minnesota, St. Paul, 1985-1987, 91, Capitol Community Center, St. Paul, 1987-1990.

Membership

Active Girl Scouts United States, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, 1966-1970. Member League of Women Voters, Madison, Wisconsin, 1972-1976. President Parent-Teachers Association, Madison, 1972-1975.

Member National Association of Social Workers, Phi Eta Sigma.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Music, singing, reading, cooking, walking.

Connections

Married Gilbert John Wiedenhoeft, November 29, 1958. Children: Susan, Frances, Nicholas, Mathew.