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Nancy Rae Reinisch, American therapist, consultant. Certified relationship therapist; licensed clinical social worker. Recipient Countywide Humanitarian Service award Glenwood Post and Garfield County Human Services Commission, 1995. Member school accountability committee Glenwood Springs, Human Services Commission, Garfield County. Member National Association Social Workers, National Organization of Women.

Background

Reinisch, Nancy Rae was born on March 31, 1953 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Charles Richard and Marianne (Gross) Reinisch.

Education

Bachelor in Sociology cum laude, Colorado College, 1975. Certified drug and alcohol counseling, University Minnesota, 1980. Master of Social Work, University Denver, 1982.

Career

Counselor, Rampart Boys' Home, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1975;advocate bilinqual community, Migrants in Action, St. Paul, 1976;therapist, Chrysalis Center for Women, Minneapolis, 1979;team leader and prevention specialist, Project Charlie, Edina, Minnesota, 1977-1980;also trainer, consultant, Project Charlie, Edina, Minnesota, since 1985;mental health worker, Bethesda Mental Health Center and Hospital, Denver, 1980-1983;therapist, Gateway Alcohol Recovery Center, Aurora, Colorado, 1983-1984;private practice therapy, also director, Family Practice Counseling Service, Glenwood Springs, Colorado, since 1984. Co-director Valley Sexual Abuse Center. Board directors Advisory/Safehouse Project, Glenwood Springs.

Member Valley View Hospital Ethics committee, Glenwood Springs, since 1986.

Membership

Member school accountability committee Glenwood Springs, Human Superior vena cava syndrome Commission, Garfield County. Member National Association Social Workers, National Organization for Women, National Abortion Rights Action League, American Civil Liberties Union, Colorado Public Interest Research Group.

Connections

Married Paul A. Salmen, June 14, 1980. Children: Chas, Marcus.