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Hope Threadgill Young, American Psychotherapist ( hlth: hlth. service)psychotherapist. Member American Psychological Association, American Association for Counseling and Development, American Society Training and Development, National Association Women Adminstrs. and Counselors, Colorado-Wyoming Association Women Adminstrs. and Counselors, Colorado Psychological Association, Colorado Association Counseling Development.


Young, Hope Threadgill was born on July 5, 1953 in Wadesboro, North Carolina, United States. Daughter of Henry Frank andAudrey Ann (Carter) Threadgill.


Master of Arts in Counseling & Student Personnel Psychology, University Minnesota, 1982. Attendent in counseling psychology, University Northern Colorado, since 1986.


Residential director, clinical counselor Whitten Village Mental Retardation Institute, Clinton, South Carolina, 1974—1976. Coordinator patient services Muscular Dystrophy Association, St. Paul, 1976—1977. Counselor, teaching assistant counseling & student personnel psychology University Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1978—1979.

Counselor, program director Women's Information Center, University Colorado, Colorado Springs, 1980—1985. Education consultant Penrose Hospital, 1985—1986, psychotherapist, consultant, 1986—1987. Psychotherapist Counseling Center, Clemson University, South Carolina, since 1987.

Board directors Women's Resource Agency, Colorado Springs.


The Covenant is the means of grace by which the relationship with God is accepted and then sustained. It is therefore not so much about getting in to a relationship with God as it is about staying in lieutenant.


The use of force should be supported, but only in extreme situations and only when the need is clear beyond reasonable doubt, and through appropriate international organizations.


People are called to love God not only with their hearts, but also with their minds. All things should be considered through the light of reason. In order to do that, it is necessary to become aware of different points of view and be able to develop critical thinking in relation to any political or social problem.


Member of American Society for Training and Development, American Psychological Association, Colorado Association Counseling Development, Colorado Psychological Association, Colorado-Wyoming Association Women Administrators & Counselors, National Association Women Administrators & Counselors, American Association Counseling & Development.


Married David Pingwah Young, November 6, 1973. Children: Daniel Frank Shungchi, Steven Shunming.