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Sherry Ann Blair, American psychotherapist, educator. Licensed Clinical Social Worker New Jersey. Recipient Beth Niemi award for work for women's studies, Rutgers University Women's Studies Program, 1997; grantee Office on Women's Health, Department of Health and Human Services, 1997.


Blair, Sherry Ann was born on December 17, 1961 in Belleville, New Jersey, United States. Daughter of Edward Joseph Blair and Barbara Ann Ingham.


Bachelor, Rutgers University, 1997. The Master of Science in Social Work, Columbia University, 2000. Postgraduate, North Central University, Prescott, Arizona, since 2003.


Transitional housing & finance coordinator Manavi, Inc, Union, New Jersey, 1998—1999. Social worker, psychotherapist Women's Counseling & Psychological Services, Verona, 2000—2001. Social worker, therapist Delta T-Group, Iselin, 2000—2002.

Psychotherapist, social worker Associates in Counseling, Training & Psychological Services, Clifton, since 2000. Case manager, family violence clinician Women Rising, Inc., Jersey City, 2001. Director, administrator Horizon Behavioral Health Care, Prospect Park, since 2001.

Corporation consultant, director Starbound, Inc., Lanoka Harbor, New Jersey, since 2000. Business consultant Synergy Life Coaching & Psychotherapy Services, Montclair, New Jersey, since 2000. Adjunct professor Women's Studies Program Rutgers University, Newark, since 2000.

Organizer conferences, workshops in field. Executive inspirational director Innovative Specialists Inspirational Services.


She defended a dissertation entitled 'Restaging Jean Bodin: the Universae Naturae Theatrum (1596) in its cultural context' in 1990, which became the basis of her 1997 book.


Crisis responder-World Trade Center Crisis Care Network-Delta T Group, Iselin, 2001. Field organizer NASW-Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe New Jersey Chapter, Hamilton, 2002. Member of National Association of Social Workers (clinical social work supervisor), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Institute, International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, American Academy Experts in Traumatic Stress (board certified expert, diplomate), Southern Poverty Law Center, Columbia University School Social Work Alumni Association, Amnesty International, Phi Beta Kappa, Psi Chi.


1 child Michael Joseph.