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Patricia Cheyne Washburn

conservationist , psychologist , environmental scientist

Patricia Cheyne Washburn was American psychologist, environmental scientist, conservationist. Member of National Museum American Indian (charter member), Natural Lands Trust, Philadelphia Zoo, National Trust Historic Preservation, Nature Conservancy, Association for Play Therapy.

Background

Washburn, Patricia Cheyne was born on April 27, 1941 in Plattsburgh, New York, United States. Daughter of Gerald Kenneth and Doris Rothermel Cheyne.

Education

Bachelor Psychology, Hartwick College, 1963. Master of Arts Counseling Psychology, Immaculata College, 1991.

Career

Juvenile probation officer Oneida County, Utica, New York, 1963—1964. Elementary school teacher, 1964—1986. Play therapist, consultant Children Unlimited, Pottstown, Pennsylvania, 1991—2001.

Co-founder Coventry Land Trust. Planning commissioner North Coventry Planning, since 2001.

Membership

Member of National Museum American Indian (charter member), Natural Lands Trust, Philadelphia Zoo, National Trust Historic Preservation, Nature Conservancy, Association for Play Therapy.

Connections

Married Christopher Hiram Washburn, July 24, 1965. Children: Diane, James.

father:
Gerald Kenneth

mother:
Doris Rothermel Cheyne

spouse:
Christopher Hiram Washburn

children:
Diane Washburn

James Washburn