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Clinical social worker

Leslie Gail Carlson, American clinical social worker. Diplomate clinical social work. Board directors Eastside Domestic Violence Program, Bellevue, 1986. Member Academy Certified Social Workers (certified), National Association Social Workers, Phi Beta Kappa. Lodges: Soroptimists.

Background

Carlson, Leslie Gail was born on May 18, 1954 in Juneau, Alaska, United States. Daughter of Bill Howard and Carol Jean (Karnes) Carlson.

Education

Bachelor in Psychology, University Washington, 1975. Master of Social Work, University Washington, 1982.

Career

Crisis line supervisor, Crisis Clinic, Seattle, 1982-1983;staff therapist, Eastside Mental Health Center, Bellevue, Washington, 1982-1984;private practice social work, Bellevue, 1984-1988;clinical assistant professor social work program, Utah State University, 1988-1990;therapist, Group Health Cooperative Mental Health Superior vena cava syndrome, Redmond, California, since 1990. Adjunct faculty Seattle Center Community College and Antioch University, 1985-1986. Workshop leader U. Washington, 1985.

Leader Group Health Cooperative, Seattle, 1984. Keynote speaker Oregon Mental Health Counselors Association, 1987.

Achievements

  • Diplomate clinical social work.

Membership

Board directors Eastside Domestic Violence Program, Bellevue, 1986. Member Academy Certified Social Workers (certified), National Association Social Workers, Phi Beta Kappa. Lodges: Soroptimists.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: cross-country skiing, foreign films, cross stitch, creative writing.

Connections

father:
Bill Howard Carlson

mother:
Carol Jean (Karnes) Carlson