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Shari Lane, American psychotherapist, consultant. Certified in secondary English University North Carolina, 1968, alcoholism and drug abuse counselor Texas. Member of National Organization of Women, League of Women Voters, American Association Counseling and Development.

Background

Lane, Shari was born on July 13, 1945 in Cleveland. Daughter of William A. and Vera Olga (Leibersberger) Piekney.

Education

Bachelor, University South Carolina, 1967. Master of Education, University Houston, 1976.

Career

Instructor, co-developer, adult communications laboratory, instructor literature, composition Central Piedmont Community College, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1969—1971. Teacher curriculum design Montrobac Montessori School, Stamford, Connecticut, 1974—1975. Trainer, counselor Victoria Women's Center, Texas, 1975—1978.

Women's editor, broadcaster, public relations Station KNAL and KVIC, Victoria, 1975—1978. Instructor interdisciplinary and humanities department University Houston-Victoria, 1975—1978. Director new options pilot program State of Texas, 1977—1979.

Coordinator management and planning Austin Mental Health/Mental Retardation Center, Texas, 1979—1981. Director consultant services MOHR Development, 1982. Counselor, administrative coordinator APLE Foundation, 1982—1983.

Psychotherapist, consultant interpersonal conflict resolution individuals and institutions, specializing in substance abuse and co-dependency Houston, since 1983.

Membership

Member of National Organization of Women, League of Women Voters, American Association Counseling and Development.

Connections

1 child Tara Chandra Limpert.