Virginia Morgan Scott
Virginia brought her enthusiasm for teaching and her knowledge of human behavior to the task of developing the Family Wellness program. In 1981, together with co-founder, George Doub, she secured funding to articulate the core Family Wellness concepts and design the curriculum for the "Survival Skills for Healthy Families"Â course. Over the next twenty years she introduced Survival Skills to thousands of families, created written and video products, and trained Family Wellness Instructors. Virginia has extensive education in psychology and social work; and has taught in graduate programs in Social Work at the University of Pittsburgh, San Jose State University, and the University of San Francisco. In her private practice, she provided psychotherapy to couples, families, and individuals, and consultation to veterans, school, mental health, and social service personnel. Virginia is grateful to the current owners of Family Wellness, and to the hundreds of active Family Wellness Instructors for their continued support of health in families through the Family Wellness program.