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Charlotte Sue Holland, American counselor. Licensed professional counselor, Virginia; national certified counselor; certified clinical mental health counselor. Named one of Outstanding Young Women American, 1967, one of Community Leaders American, 1971; recipient Academy Women award Young Women’s Christian Association, 1986.


Holland, Charlotte Sue was born on February 24, 1937 in Durham, North Carolina, United States. Daughter of Charles Henry and Maybelle (Dowdy) Holland.


Bachelor in Religion, Lynchburg College, 1959. Master in Religious Education cum laude, Lexington Theological Seminary, 1966.


Director news bureau, Lynchburg College, 1958-1962;director news bureau, Lexington (Kentucky) Theological Seminary, 1962-1965;minister Christian education, Virginia Association Christian churches, Richmond, 1965-1968;minister associate, Euclid Christian Church, Lynchburg, 1968-1974; Adjunct Professor, Lynchburg College, 1977, 89-;associate professor social science, Center Virginia Community College, Lynchburg, 1974-1981, 92-94;director emergency mental health consultant services, Lynchburg (Virginia) General Hospital division Centra Health, Inc., 1981-1991;owner, Creative Counseling Superior vena cava syndrome, Forest, Virginia, since 1991.


Active Complete Count Committee, Lynchburg, 1990, Civil Rights Blue Ribbon Committee, Lynchburg, 1989-1990, License Professional Counselor Board, Richmond, 1983-1986. Chairman drug and alcohol counselors certified committee, 1985. Member International Association Transactional Analysis, American Counseling Association, Virginia Counselors Association, Lynchburg Counselors Association, Women's Resource Center, AARP, Chi Sigma Iota.


  • Other Interests

    Avocation: tennis.