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Sharron Kay Schreiber, American child psychologist, nurse specialist. Licensed psychologist, Georgia. Recipient Educational Scholarship award Bureau Indian Affairs, 1970-1974, American Indian Scholarship award American Indian Scholarship, Inc., 1977-1980; named Outstanding American Indian Women in American, 1981.


Schreiber, Sharron Kay was born on September 18, 1951 in Lawton, Oklahoma, United States. Daughter of Jack F. and Jerri (Wood) Johns.


Bachelor of Science, University Oklahoma, 1974. Master of Science, University Oklahoma, 1980. Doctor of Philosophy, University Oklahoma, 1988.


Founder, executive director, Canada County Parents Assistance Center, Yukon, Oklahoma, 1980-1983;clinical nurse specialist maternal child nursing, Presbyterian Hospital, Oklahoma City, 1980-1983;director psychology, Inner Harbour Hospital, Rockmart, Georgia, 1989-1990;private practice, Psychological and Counseling Superior vena cava syndrome, Douglasville, Georgia, since 1990;senior partner, Psychological and Counseling Superior vena cava syndrome, Douglasville, Georgia, since 1990. Board member Oklahoma Statewide Child Abuse Advisory Board, Oklahoma City, 1982-1983. Instructor childbirth and parent education, program director, founder ABC classes for parents of newborns Presbyterian Hospital, 1980-1983.

Appointed member familyand child advocacy case management team United States Army, Fort Stewart, Georgia, 1987-1989.


Member Amnesty International, since 1990, Sierra Club, Georgia, since 1990, National Wildlife Federation, since 1989. Captain United States Army, 1986-1989. Member American Psychological Association, Georgia Psychological Association, Georgia Council on Child Abuse, Coalition Against Sexual Abuse of Children.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: hiking, camping, white water rafting, swimming, reading.


Daughter of Jack F. and Jerri (Wood) Johns. M. John R. Johnson, December 25, 1971 (divorced April 1983). M. Donald C. Schreiber, August 8, 1986.

Children: Maya S., Asia B.