ASL Interpretation (Social Psychology)
I am a ASL Interpreter and a mental health clinician. I have tutored individuals of all ages and truly enjoy teaching others my passion of ASL. It is a beautiful language and connects you between the deaf and hearing world. I earned my interpreting degree in 2010 and have interpreted in a variety of settings such as hospitals, colleges and universities, counseling settings, video relay, weddings, births, social events and others. I enjoy interpreting for the deaf and hard of hearing population and enjoy educating the hearing world about the deaf and teaching others how to sign.
I am originally from Texas but relocated to Atlanta to attain my doctoral degree and other certifications that you only find here, in the Peach state. So far, Georgia has been great and I have met so many people from different walks of life. I look forward to meeting you and teaching you how to sign. ASL is a beautiful language and great to learn to communicate with those who are deaf, family members, students or even if you need to use ASL to communicate with others yourself. I have worked with individuals who have lost their hearing over medical malpractice, accidents, health issues or age. Loosing your hearing can be devastating and alter life dramatically. Learning ASL can assist in ameliorating these circumstances and empower you to communicate with the others.
I am patient and understand that learning a new language can take time and dedication. I am willing to go at your pace and accommodate to your learning styles. I am a ASL Interpreter and a mental health clinician. I have tutored individuals of all ages and truly enjoy teaching others my passion of ASL. It is a beautiful language and connects you between the deaf and hearing world. I earned my interpreting degree in 2010 and have interpreted in a variety of settings such as hospitals, colleges and
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I have an Associates degree in ASL interpretation and deaf studies. I have interpreted professionally for 6 years in a variety of settings. I have taught ASL classes before to all ages and settings. I have own my own instructional agency and run an after school program where I teach students ASL.
I am a translator.