Flood, (Nancy) Bo
FLOOD, (Nancy) Bo
FLOOD, (Nancy) Bo. American, b. 1945. Genres: Mythology/Folklore. Career: Center for Retarded Children, Rolling Meadows, IL, teacher and therapist, 1968; University of Hawaii-Manoa, Honolulu, assistant professor of psychology, 1971-72; University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, Minneapolis, assistant professor of psychology, 1972-74; Colorado Mountain College, Glenwood Springs, instructor in psychology, 1974-95; Northern Marianas College, Saipan, instructor in psychology, 1989-91, instructor and counselor in education, arts, and humanities, 1995-, director of programs for persons with disabilities, 1995-97. Sopris Mental Health Center, staff psychologist, 1974-81; private practitioner of child and family counseling, 1981-90. Presenter of writing and psychology workshops and lectures. Publications: Working Together against World Hunger, 1995; (with L. Lafferty) Born Early: A Children's Story about Premature Birth, 1995; From the Mouth of the Monster Eel: Stories from Micronesia, 1996; I'll Go to School, If…, 1996; (with M. Nuckols) The Counseling Handbook: Practical Strategies to Help Children with Common Problems, 1998; (with B.E. Strong and W. Flood) Pacific Island Legends: Tales from Micronesia, Melanesia, Polynesia, and Australia (with teacher's resource guide), 1999; Mariana Island Legends: Myth and Magic (with teacher's resource guide and children's writing curriculum), 2001; (with B.E. Strong and W. Flood) Micronesian Legends: History and Culture, 2001; My Homes and Places (therapeutic game for counselors, teachers, and children). Contributor to scientific books. Contributor of articles and short stories to children's magazines and professional journals. Address: Box 5534, CHRB, Saipan, MP 96950, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]
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