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Norrine A Williams, M.S.W., AASECT certified Sexuality Counselor

Adjunct Professor, Psychology

I started teaching Human Sexuality at Lyndon in 1990, offering one section per semester as an adjunct faculty professor for the Psychology Department. I have lived in Vermont for almost 40 years and was the Executive Director of Ammonoosuc Community Health Services, a rural network of federally qualified community health centers located in Littleton, Whitefield, Franconia, Woodsville, and Warren NH, for 33 years. My joy of teaching about human sexuality helped me survive the insane world of rural health care! After finishing my M.S.W in 1968, I was able to become certified by AASECT—the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists—as a Sexuality Counselor and last Fall again continued my certification through 2020. I love teaching human sexuality on the college level and have met many wonderful students throughout the years. I think understanding our sexuality and its complexity is a requirement for a healthy life.

Courses Taught:

Human Sexuality, Human Growth and Development

Areas of Interest:

Community healthcare and all aspects of human sexuality

Education:

B.A., Sociology, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine
M.S.W., University of Connecticut School of Social Work

Expertise:

ACSW certified by exam in 1988
AASECT certified Sexuality Counselor first in 1981 and now certified to 2020
NACHC Excellence in Leadership Program
NH Corporate Fund Excellence in Management Award, June 1990
Littleton, NH Chamber Business Leader of Year, 2005

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