B.A.,G.S.S. Marriage and Family Counselor

Bernadine Fawcett holds a Graduate Social Service (G.S.S.) from Fordham University, and a Bachelor in Social Science Degree from SUNY Stony Brook University. She holds a Union College Graduate and Continuing Studies certificate and attended Dowling College courses. She has also attended numerous health conferences to update the profession which she has practiced since 1978 as a Marriage and Family Counselor.

Bernadine Fawcett's TV appearances include a few cameo appearances on Dr. Ruth Westheimer's Loving For a Lifetime cassette, several appearances on The Joel Martin Show, The Joe Franklin Show, WLIW-TV's "Ticket" (which you can view here), Riverhead Cablevision, and many other Long Island TV shows. Twelve different U.S. States have featured interviews with her on the radio in regards to her as an author and as a marital counselor. She was a regular for two years on The Ray Heatherton Breakfast Club radio show before a live audience. The New York Times, Newsday, L.I. Advance, and Pennysaver have written feature articles concerning her. She is listed in all of the Marquis Who's Who Editions: of the East, of the Nation, International and of American Women. She was awarded The Community College Hall of Fame by Suffolk Community College for the contribution of her self-help book, Hear My Cry!, to the community. Her newest book, Missing Links to the Culper Spy Ring?, was published in 2005. She released a video on YouTube.com for the book in 2008. She appeared on WRNW1 AM 1100 in July 2015 to discuss both of her books and her counseling practice. Other publications by Bernadine Fawcett may be found in Marriage and Family Living Magazine, The National Spiritualist Summit monthly pamphlet and The Otego Observer. Workshops, Presentations, High school and College Adult Courses, church sermons, and a theater production have been given to the appropriate: organizations, schools and churches all over Long Island.

Other publications by Bernadine Fawcett may be found in Marriage and Family Living magazine, The National Spiritualist Summit monthly pamphlet, The Otego Observer, and also as a staff columnist for The Sound Observer newspaper. Columns can be read here.

In May 2010, she was featured in an article called Gotta dance! To strech body and mind in Newsday. In her spare time, she enjoys competition dancing, painting (and selling her artworks), designing and creating her own dresses, and singing.

Bernadine Fawcett is a mother, grandmother and great grandmother to a wonderfully stable family who have the values of education, love and cooperation with each other and the world.

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