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Carol Lynn Morse

About Carol Lynn Morse, Ph.D.  (1948-2004)
·    Licensed Professional Counselor, State of Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists, # 00887
·    Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, State of Oregon Board of LicensedProfessional Counselors and Therapists, # 00888
·    Nationally Certified Counselor, National Board of Certified Counselors, # 380389
·    Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, University of Oregon, 1980
·    M.S., Counseling, University of Oregon, 1974
·    B.S., Journalism, University of Oregon, 1970
Work Summary
·    Interim Co-Director of Counseling, Lane Community College, 2001-2004
·    Counselor, Counseling Department, Lane Community College, 1978-2004
·    Coordinator, Lane Community College Community Center for Family Counseling ("Saturday Circus"), 1978-Present (Associate Director, 1974-78)
·    Adjunct Faculty (1994-1996, 1998), Continuing Education, Linfield College
·    Adjunct Professor (1991-1992) and Courtesy Appointment (1993-1994), Counseling Psychology Department, University of Oregon (1992-1996)
·    Assistant Professor, University of Oregon (1978-1992)
·    Adjunct Graduate Faculty, Counseling and Guidance, Oregon State University (1982)
Prior Experience
Clinical supervisor, administrative assistant, associate program coordinator, consultant, program developer, research fellow, editor, legal secretary, librarian's assistant, assistant x-ray technician, and medical records transcriptionist and clerk.
Specialized Training and Experience
Individual, group, and family counseling; parent education; career development and women's re­entry programs; counselor education and supervision; teaching and advising at university and community college levels; curriculum and program development; organizational development; research; administration; writing; editing; desktop publishing; public relations; public speaking.
·    Head Start of Lane County (1996-Present), Executive Board (1997-2000)
·    Pearl Buck Center (1993-1991), Executive Board (1986-1991)
·    Oregon Counseling Association (1985-1995), Executive Board (1992-95)
·    Oregon Society of Individual Psychology (1978-1983, 1985-1987, 1994-2004)