College of St. Elizabeth (Psychology)
Fairleigh Dickinson University (Master's)
Seton Hall University (PhD)
I have taught undergraduate and graduate school for 11 years. My background and training is in Psychology. I have taught a very broad range of courses in psychology and have an excellent handle on what is needed to succeed in this subject matter in the college classroom, but also skills of research, writing, and presentation. I thoroughly enjoy teaching, working one on one with students and seeing them be successful.
I have developed a specialty niche in working with students with learning disabilities and ADD. I have worked for 3 years in a program at a college serving students with LD/ADD which assists them with academic support. Issues of not only academic support, but approach including time management, study skills, organization, and project management are all essential skills for success that I incorporate into my work with students.
I have earned my BA in Psychology and MA and PhD in Clinical Psychology. I have practiced in the field as well as teach so can provide not only academic support but use actual examples of how psychology works based on my history of using Psychology in the field. In addition, as a college professor I have insight into what students need to understand and produce in a college classroom.
I have worked with students with LD and ADD for three years at the college level, assisting them in their transition to college, adjustment academically, and to develop skill sets key to success.
It would be my pleasure to discuss your needs further and be sure that I am the appropriate match for your academic goals and needs. I have taught undergraduate and graduate school for 11 years. My background and training is in Psychology. I have taught a very broad range of courses in psychology and have an excellent handle on what is needed to succeed in this subject matter in the college classroom, but also skills of research, writing, and presentation. I thoroughly enjoy
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I have a background in clinical psychology both as a practitioner and professor, having provided assessments, as well as taught courses in assessment and learning and cognition. In addition for the past three years I have worked at a major university as an academic counselor assisting students with language based learning disabilities as well as ADD. The program is a support program to assist transition and help these students succeed in ca college environment. I work with students on organizational strategies, project management, planning, and academic support in content in psychology courses.
I have my PhD in this subject matter and have taught for approximately 11 years many diverse courses in psychology at both the undergraduate and graduate level. I have also been a practitioner who can bring 'real life' examples to enrich my academic tutoring. I have worked with students individually to assist with supporting papers, and content in various psychology courses. In addition I have worked individually to support students in psychology courses who have LD/ADD in the college setting. I have specific insight into understanding the transition of the high school learner to a college environment as well and assisting with the academic transition for those with special learning issues.