Betty Schueler

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Betty Jane Schueler, Ph.D. (AKA Betty Sherlin Schueler), born in 1944 in Washington, DC, is an author, a computer consultant, and a free-lance writer, editor, and artist. She worked as a systems analyst for Quantum Research International before retiring on disability.


Schueler received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Sociology from the University of the State of New York (1992), an M.S. in Administration from Central Michigan University (1993), and a Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Studies from Capella University (1996).

Professional memberships and honors

Schueler is a former Professional Member of the American Counseling Association, the International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors, the Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development, and the National Registry of Neurofeedback Providers (NRNP), and the former President of the Board of Directors of Friends of the Harford County Public Library and Pets on Wheels of Maryland. She is a recipient of an Adult Scholarship Award from the Harford County Chamber of Commerce (1993), and was an instructor at Harford Community College (1978-1984) and an Adjunct Faculty member there from 1996 through 1998.


She is the co-author, editor, researcher, contributor to and/or illustrator of 26 non-fiction books for general audiences and dozens of technical books for specific audiences, such as Job Corps and the U.S. Army. The Schuelers have also co-authored many articles on anthropology, computers, dogs, philosophy, science, magic (mostly Enochian magic), and other subjects.[1][2]

Personal life

Schueler currently resides in Maryland. She and her late husband and writing partner Gerald Schueler have two birth children: Joe and Andrew; two adopted children: Diane and Crystal; and many foster children who remain close to the family including Debra Greer and Frank Smith III.

Bibliography: with Gerald Schueler