Welcome to Rebecca – Our New Administrator at OMB:
There are so many fabulous men and women on our Facebook page and I look forward to posts and comments from our regulars and our new friends. Lately, I find myself looking forward to the great advice and encouragement of one particular member named Rebecca. I reached out to Rebecca over the weekend and asked if she would be interested in joining our team and to my delight, she accepted! Starting today, you will be seeing posts from Rebecca on the Facebook page and in blogs when applicable.
I am 62 years of age, married for 44 years, with two biological children, two adopted children who were older special needs kids when we adopted them, and two adopted grandchildren who are now 15. I have 15 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. I started college when my youngest biological child started kindergarten. She finished 8th grade when I obtained my Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Bowling Green State University. Immediately after graduation I became a faculty member at Purdue University where I loved teaching graduate students (and undergrads), supervising clinical work with clients, and mentoring both undergraduate and graduate research. My clinical work specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of severe psychopathology including Cluster B personality disorders. After being injured and disabled in a car accident I had to retire earlier than expected but I home school our kids and we spend our time between homes in Florida and Indiana as well as our houseboat on a lake in Kentucky.
Please join me in welcoming Rebecca!!!! If you aren’t following us on Facebook, what are you waiting for?
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