University of North Carolina at Greensboro (Psychology)
Xavier University (Graduate Coursework)
A PsyD student in Clinical Psychology at Xavier University and a former Clinical Trials Assistant at Duke University, I am knowledgeable in all aspects of psychology including abnormal psychology, statistics in psychology, developmental psychology, etc. I am also well-versed in Autism Spectrum Disorder issues, having worked with persons diagnosed with ASD in both clinical and research settings. I am able to assist in learning material for any undergraduate psychology courses a student might be struggling with and can provide interview coaching for those hoping to pursue graduate education in psychology.
In addition to my background in psychology, I have lived and worked in Japan. I am able to assist both beginning and intermediate learners of Japanese in their progression towards fluency. A PsyD student in Clinical Psychology at Xavier University and a former Clinical Trials Assistant at Duke University, I am knowledgeable in all aspects of psychology including abnormal psychology, statistics in psychology, developmental psychology, etc. I am also well-versed in Autism Spectrum Disorder issues, having worked with persons diagnosed
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I have a BA in psychology, 3 years part-time work with individuals with ASD during undergrad, 1 year full-time work with adults with ASD at UNC Chapel Hill, 1 year full-time work in research in ASD at Duke University, and I am currently attending a doctoral program in clinical psychology (includes ASD issues) at Xavier University.
I am a recent returnee to the US, having lived in Japan from January 2016 to January 2017. I have studied Japanese both in university in the US and Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto, Japan. I lived in Japan for a further six months while taking Ritsumeikan University's IJL (Intensive Japanese Language). I am well phrased in Japanese language and have ample experience teaching both new and experienced learners alike.
A current doctoral student in clinical psychology, I have extensive knowledge in many aspects of clinical, developmental, social, and research psychology. I have published a first-authored paper in a psychological journal and have worked for both Duke University and UNC Chapel Hill fulfilling psychology-relevant role.
I have worked with clients who have Autism, Down's Syndrome, and Cerebral Palsy at Duke University and UNC Chapel-Hill and have published a first-authored paper in the Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities.