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BETTY CARTER, M.S.W.
The first woman in the field to head a major training institute, Betty Carter is co-founder and Director of the Family Institute of Westchester, author of numerous articles and book chapters, international teacher, and clinical supervisor, she also conducts a large clinical practice in Mount Vernon, N.Y. She is co-editor (with Monica McGoldrick) of the recently revised book, THE CHANGING FAMILY LIFE CYCLE: A FRAMEWORK FOR FAMILY THERAPY. She is married to a musician, Sam Carter, and has two grown sons, Bennett and Timothy. [Library of Congress, loc.gov, linked to record for The Invisible Web (1988)]
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