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Thomas Gene Harrison, American psychotherapist. Recipient Connie Montenson Woolsey award University Utah, 1976-1977. News guest Station KSL-AM-FM-television, Salt Lake City, 1977-1979, 81, 83, 84-86; member Utah chapter National Committee Protection of Children Against Child Abuse, Salt Lake City, 1984-1985. Member National Association Social Workers (certified, committee chairman), Society Hospital Society Work Directors (chairman 1977-1978).

Background

Harrison, Thomas Gene was born on October 27, 1949 in Montebello, California, United States. Son of Von S. and Laura (Virginia) (Smith) Harrison.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Sociology, University Utah, 1974. Master of Social Work, University Utah, 1977.

Career

Psychiatric specialist Primary Childrens Medical Center, Salt Lake City, 1972-1976, director social services department child psychiatry, 1977-1980, coordinator child protection team, 1977-1979, psychiatric social worker, coordinator child sexual assault program, 1979-1984. Director, owner Psychotherapy Associates, since 1983. Chairman National Sex Education Committee, Salt Lake City, 1977-1983.

Consultant Utah Pornography Committee, Salt Lake City, since 1984, child abuse committee Church Jesus Christ Latter-Day Saints. Speaker in field.

Membership

News guest Station KSL-AM-FM-television, Salt Lake City, 1977-1979, 81, 83, 84-86. Member Utah chapter National Committee Protection of Children Against Child Abuse, Salt Lake City, 1984-1985. Member National Association Social Workers (certified, committee chairman), Society Hospital Society Work Directors (chairman 1977-1978).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Vocal performance.

Connections

Married Linda Crandall, June 22, 1972. Children: Lisa, Robert, Jeff, Lara, Tommy, Spencer.