Ann Rader-Tate Oral History Interview
Finding her way into the Social Sciences in college, Ann Rader-Tate earned her Masters in 1984 at Colorado State University and launched her career in Counseling. Rader-Tate taught parenting classes in Greeley CO before she moved to Arizona where she lived and worked in Cottonwood AZ and the Verde Valley. As a Counselor at Yavapai Community College, she taught assertiveness, wellness, and Intro to Psychology. After moving to Santa Fe, Rader-Tate taught Psychology and Sociology at Santa Fe Community College until she retired. With her partner, George Tate, she championed multicultural counseling in expanding approaches to counseling. Rader- Tate worked in a period of significant change in approaches to counseling and therapy. She also represented adjunct faculty in creating the first ever hiring salary matrix at Santa Fe Community College.
Colorado State University, women’s counseling, parenting classes, Catholic Social Services, Yavapai Community College Cottonwood AZ, Northern Arizona University Flagstaff AZ, Parents Anonymous (foster families), healthy relationships, eating disorders, anti-depressants, multicultural counseling, diversity, counselor licensure, Esperanza Shelter Santa Fe.
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Pinkey, Diane and Ann Rader-Tate. "Ann Rader-Tate Oral History Interview." (2018). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/wphnm/47