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Emilie Jean Mccartney Waddell, American mental health counselor. Registered counselor, Washington; national certified counselor. Leslie S. Parker Memorial scholar, 1991-1993.


Waddell, Emilie Jean Mccartney was born on March 14, 1950 in Oakland, California, United States. Daughter of Harry Hollis McCartney and Alma Ethal (Collins) McCartney York.


Bachelor in Social Science and Psychology, Marylhurst (Oregon) College, 1991. Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, Lewis and Clark College, 1993.


Special education teachers assistant, Portland (Oregon) Public Schools, 1987-1990;counselor, Metro Crisis Intervention Svc., Portland, 1989-1991;volunteer counselor, Young Women’s Christian Association Counseling Center, Portland, Oregon, 1991-1992;counselor, intern, Dammasch Eastern State Hospital, Wilsonville, Oregon, 1992-1993;counselor, intern, Catholic. Cmty. Superior vena cava syndrome, Vancouver, Washington, 1992-1993;assistant instructor, Marylhurst College, 1993;psychology instructor, Marylhurst College, 1994;mental health therapist, counselor, Mount Hood Mid County Family Svc. Center, Portland, since 1993.


Volunteer publicist Northeast Young Men’s Christian Association, Portland, 1985-1986. Den leader, committee secretary Boy Scouts American, Portland, 1985-1987. Volunteer teachers aide Portland Public Schools, 1985-1989, chairman local school advisory committee, 1986-1989.

Member American Counseling Association, American Psychological Association, American Mental Health Counselors Association, Oregon Counseling Association, Northwest Civil War Council, 1st Oregon Volunteer Infantry (historian, researcher since 1992), Aurora Colony History Society (member steering committee Stauffer-Will Farm).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: performing civil war living history, writing poetry, collecting old and rare books, lecturing in and writing history.


Daughter of Harry Hollis McCartney and Alma Ethal (Collins) McCartney York. M.James Richard Waddell, August, 1970. Children: Nathan James, Benjamin Isaac, Aaron Luke.