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Psychotherapist

Lee Adele Headley, American psychotherapist. Member American Association Suicidology, International Association Suicide Prevention, World Federation Mental Health, American Group Therapy Association.

Background

Headley, Lee Adele was born on July 8, 1925 in Eureka, California, United States. Daughter of Edward and Ida Joanna (Johnson) Fleming.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University California, Berkeley, Master of Social Work, 1948. Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology, American Academy Asian Studies, 1970. Social worker Veterans Administration Hospital, San Francisco, 1948-1952.

Supervisor Agnew State Hospital, 1952-1956. Private practice psychotherapy, Palo Alto, California, 1956-1970. With Family and Child Psychiatric Medical Clinic, Campbell, California, 1970-1977.

Practice psychotherapy, Los Altos, California, since 1977. Consultant Children's Health Council, Stanford University, 1956-1967, Mental Health Clinics, Santa Clara County, California, 1964-1968. Instructor family therapy Palo Alto Mental Research Institute, 1965-1967.

Career

Instructor family therapy Palo Alto Mental Research Institute, 1965-1967. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (with others) Suicide in Different Cultures, 1975. Adults and Their Parents in Family Therapy, 1977. People Around You Can Make You Fat, 1979.

      Sucide in Asia and the Near East, 1983. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member American Association Suicidology, International Association Suicide Prevention, World Federation Mental Health, American Group Therapy Association.

Connections

father:
Edward Fleming

mother:
Ida Joanna (Johnson) Fleming