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Laurie Salzmann Potter

Laurie Salzmann Potter, American psychotherapist. License marriage and family counselor New Jersey. Member of Orthopsychiat. Association, American Association Pastoral Counselors, American Association Marriage and Family Therapy.

Background

Potter, Laurie Salzmann was born on July 19, 1936 in Brooklyn. Daughter of Carl and Helen Brown Salzmann.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Biology, Wagner College, 1958. Master of Science in Special Education, New York University, 1969. Master of Arts in Psychology, Fielding Institute.

Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology, Fielding Institute, 1984.

Career

Teacher biology and science Rock Hall Public Schools, Maryland, 1958—1959. Teacher homebound children Chestertown, 1959—1960. Teacher biology and science Curtis High School, New York, 1960—1961.

Teacher emotionally disturbed children Staten Island Mental Health, 1968—1971. Senior supervising teacher, 1971—1973. Adjunct professor reading Ramapo College New Jersey, Mahwah, 1976—1978.

Director specialized services, 1978—1983. Therapist Center for Creative Living, since 1981. Lecturer pastoral training program, since 1982.

International Year Disabled Persons in New Jersey, 1981. State board directors Easter Seals Society, 1978. Member advisory board Salvation Army, 1979—1984.

Regional faculty Mid-career Development Institute, since 1987.

Membership

Member of Orthopsychiat. Association, American Association Pastoral Counselors, American Association Marriage and Family Therapy.

Connections

Married George Potter, December 15, 1973. Children: Kathy Schulz, Paul Schulzstepchildren: Ralph, Beth.