A Tapestry of Accomplished African American Women: Dr. Sonnee Weedn

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Dr. Sonnee Weedn is a clinical and forensic psychologist practicing since 1980 in Novato and Newport Beach, CA. She consults to numerous treatment organizations in continuing education, psychological assessment and programmatic enhancement to benefit those being treated for chemical dependency. She is a teacher for other therapists and a popular retreat leader. Most recently, she has served on the DSR-30 Committee writing behavioral health recommendations for the astronauts going to Mars in 2030 and will make her fifth trip to India in October as an invited speaker at the Tibetan Medical Society and volunteer at an Indian orphanage. Most importantly, Sonnee has been married to Robert Weedn for forty-six years, is the mother of two adult sons and a grandmother to two. On a lighter note, the biggest barge on the San Francisco Bay is named in her honor. When you see the Sonnee Delight working the Bay, that’s her namesake. www.drsonneeweedn.com Jean Campbell joins as co-host. Information about Jean's work can be found at www.theactioninstitute.com.

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