Missouri State University (Psychology)
Forest Institute of Professional Psychology (Master's)
Forest Institute of Professional Psychology (Other)
I am currently a psychologist working within the department of corrections in central Florida. Aside from my day job, I am working on numerous publications and developing a practice in forensic psychology as an independent contractor. These tasks tend to keep me relatively busy, although I would like to begin teaching in the near future as an adjunct faculty member in psychology at a local college. In the meantime, I would like to tutor students studying psychology because I know how difficult certain topics within such a vast field can be. I'm a newly licensed psychologist who recently completed my residency in south Florida in the area of forensic psychology. Prior to my residency, I completed my pre-doctoral psychology internship in south Florida as well.
I graduated with a psychology bachelor's degree from Missouri State University in 2007. I completed my master's degree in counseling psychology in 2010. My doctorate, also completed in Missouri, was awarded to me in 2014. The strengths I offer as a tutor include a graduate teachers assistant position in the area of Cognitive Assessment. Additionally, as a newly licensed psychologist, I successfully passed my licensing examination (the dreaded EPPP) barely more than one year ago. This means I'm quite up to date on the always-changing research in the area of psychology. I am inspired to help those seeking any type of degree (associates, bachelors, masters, or doctorate) both to add benefit to the field by sharing my knowledge base and to keep my mentoring skills sharp.
I have produced and presented numerous professional presentations including several during my residency program. My presentations and areas of expertise include psychotherapy, risk assessment, psychological evaluations including cognitive, objective, and projective assessment techniques, and research.
I am quite well-rounded in my experiences. I offer good interpersonal skills and have developed a variety of study techniques to assist those with test anxiety in the preparation process for examinations and/or research papers. There are certain areas in which I excel more than others, but I have taught didactic seminars for psychology interns on most topics. Putting the research into practice and presenting on empirical-based research are perhaps my greatest strengths.
Studying can be fun believe it or not. Feel free to contact me for assistance in progressing in the field of psychology or if you're just trying to get through a difficult midterm. I love psychology, but you don't need to. Even if you're attempting to get through a required psychology course and have no intentions of taking a class in psychology in the future feel free to contact. I am currently a psychologist working within the department of corrections in central Florida. Aside from my day job, I am working on numerous publications and developing a practice in forensic psychology as an independent contractor. These tasks tend to keep me relatively busy, although I would like to begin teaching in the near future as an
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