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educator , consultant , psychotherapist

Ralph von Tresckow-Napp, American psychotherapist, consultant, educator.

Background

Tresckow-Napp, Ralph von was born on September 5, 1921 in Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States. Son of Emil A. Napp and Helene (von Tresckow) N.

Education

Graduate University Munich, 1951-1957. Graduate assistant sociology and anthropology Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, 1958-1959.

Career

Professor, coordinator sociology, representative university council international programs Winston-Salem University, 1971-1982. Officer, parachutist, Korea. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-author: Breaking Down the Barrier, 1961. Author book reviews and poems. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Interracial Council, Greenville, North Carolina, 1966-1969. Served with United States Army Reserve, 1943-1950 European Theatre of Operations. Member North Carolina Sociological Association, Southern Sociological Society, American Association of University Professors (treasurer 1966, president 1972-1974), American Sociological Association, International Council Education for Teaching, National Council Family Relations, Popular Culture in South (president 1979-1980), American Association Marriage and Family Therapists (clinical.

Connections

Married Hannelore Rath. Children– Ralph Junior, Winifred-Alice.

father:
Emil A. Napp N.

mother:
Helene (von Tresckow) N.

spouse:
Hannelore Rath

children:
Ralph Junior Tresckow-Napp

Winifred-Alice Tresckow-Napp