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Peggy Ann Jenkins, American counselor. Low Pin Count, LSSP; certified teacher; certified cognitive behavioral therapist. Recipient McCarey Endowment scholarship University Houston, 1984, Student research grant University Houston, 1984, Shell Oil grant Houston Indiana School District, 1986, Impact II grant Houston Indiana School District 1988.


Jenkins, Peggy Ann was born on August 16, 1946 in Utah, United States. Daughter of George Woodrow and Mary Louise (O'Brien) McKellar.


Bachelor of Science in Psychology with honors, University Houston, 1984. Master of Education in Educational and Counseling Psychology, University Houston, 1989.


Presidential assistant H.M.R. Consultant, Houston, 1984-1985. Teacher Houston Indiana School District, 1985-1989. Inern Diagnostic Learning Center, University Houston, 1988-1989, Montrose Counseling Center, 1989.

Treatment psychologist adult forensic unit Mental Health and Mental Retardation Authority Harris County, Houston, 1989-1992. Psychological evaluator Robbie Burnett and Associates, 1993. Private practice Jenkins & Associates, Houston and Clearlake, 1993-1998.

Quality assurance case manager Interface Employee Assistance Program, 1997-1998. School psychology intern Hitchcock (Texas) Indiana School District, 1998—2004. LSSP Dickinson IED, since 2004.

Adjunct professor Houston Community College, 1992-1998, San Sacento College, 1998-2003.


Member National Association Cognitive Behavioral Therapists, Association for Spiritual, Ethical and Religious Values in Counseling, Association Promotion of Professional Women, American Association Counseling and Development, Texas Counseling Association, Mortar Board.


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Children: Raymond Charles, Jannie Lynn, Jennifer Ann, Johnathan David.