Bingham, June Rossbach

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BINGHAM, June Rossbach

BINGHAM, June Rossbach. American, b. 1919. Genres: Plays/Screenplays, Medicine/Health, Biography. Career: Member of the Board, Member, Riverdale Mental Health Association; former trustee, Barnard College, NYC; founder of the T.L.C. (Trained Liaison Comforter) volunteer program at Columbia, Presbyterian Hospital in NYC. Publications: Do Cows Have Neuroses?, 1949; Do Babies Have Worries?, 1951; Do Teenagers Have Wisdom?, 1953; (with F. Redlich) The Inside Story: Psychiatry in Everyday Life, 1953; Courage to Change: An Introduction to the Life and Thought of Reinhold Niebuhr, 1961, 1992; U Thant: The Search for Peace, 1966; (with N. Tamarkin) The Pursuit of Health, 1985; Triangles (play), 1986; You and the I.C.U., 1991; Squanto and Love (musical), 1992; Young Roosevelts (musical), 1993; The Other Lincoln (musical), 1995; Eleanor and Alice (play), 1996. Address: 5000 Independence Ave, Bronx, NY 10471, U.S.A.