Margaret Evans - psychotherapist and university counsellor
|Collections||ANU Emeritus Faculty Oral History Project|
|Title:||Margaret Evans - psychotherapist and university counsellor|
|Publisher:||The Australian National University, Emeritus Faculty Inc.|
Margaret Evans was educated in New Zealand and trained as a psychotherapist in London. She and husband Lloyd, a plant physiologist, moved from the US to Canberra in 1956; Margaret joined ANU to establish its counselling service in 1964. She became a central figure in the development of the university’s student educational services more generally, and an elected representative of ANU Council in 1982-86. Margaret retired in 1996, but continued to provide her services as a consultant to the ANU counselling group. Margaret and Lloyd continue to live in the family home in Campbell which they have occupied for 50 years. Their two sons are members of ANU faculty, and their daughter is an artist working in the Hunter Valley
|Margaret_Evans.jpg||53.76 kB||JPEG Image|
Items in Open Research are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.