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Pamela Jean Levin, American counselor. Registered Nurse. Recipient Eric Berne Science award for article The Cycle of Development, 1984.


Levin, Pamela Jean was born on October 26, 1942 in Rockford, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Clifton Elgin and Zola Brenice (Griffith) Backus.


Bachelor of Science, University of Illinois, 1964.


Staff nurse, medical nursing Boston Veterans Administration Hospital, 1964-1965. Chief nursing department Washingtonian Hospital, Boston, 1965-1966. Staff nurse Highland, Cowell and Alta Bates Hospitals, Oakland and Berkeley, California, 1967-1970.

Assistant director Day Treatment Center Gladman Hospital, Oakland, 1970. Private practice transactional analysis San Francisco Bay Area and Northern California, since 1971. International lecturer Transactional Analysis & Development.

Co-president, vice president Eric Berne Seminars of San Fransisco, 1977-1978. Co-founder Group House Inc., Berkeley, 1971. Coodinator Northwest Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation Clinic, 1966.

Co-founder Orr's Hot Springs Healing Retreat Community, Ukiah, California, 1974-1979.


Member International Transactional Analysis Association (certified Level I and II, 1st woman teaching and clinical member, co-founder women's caucus 1970, board trustees 1973, 74, 75, chair public information and professional relations committee since 1987, press screeing committee 1976-1978, women's editorial board journal 1977, editor Script, international newsletter 1983-1985, co-editor 1986), Canada Association for Transactional Analysis, American Association Counselling & Development, Institute Development Education and Psychotherapy, National Association Female Executives, American Association of University Women, New Directions in Education & Psychotherapy, International Society for Study of Innovative Psychotherapies, Media Alliance, Feminist Writer's Guild, Author's Guild, Author's League.


Children: Eric Daniel, Jennifer Jean Levin-Landheer.