Teaching

Statement and Courses

TEACHING STATEMENT

I know learning to occur when students are able to make and derive meaning from the material that is introduced. I have found that to facilitate meaning making, four relationships are critical. I design my courses and interact with students in a way that will foster their relationship with me as an instructor invested in their learning, with the course content (e.g., "real-world" implications, the relationships with peers as fellow pursuers of knowledge whom can play a supportive role, and the relationship with the self "What have I learned and how have I grown during this process". 

 

COURSES TAUGHT

UNDERGRADUATE

  • Foundations of Psychological Investigation (PSYC 4110)
  • Foundations of Psychological Investigation Lab (PSYC 4116)

GRADUATE

  • Ethics and Professional Issues (PSYC 7050)
  • Couples, Families & Systems: Assessment, Theory & Intervention (PSYC 7556)
  • Multicultural Counseling (PSYC 5580)
  • Masters Counseling Psychology Practicum (PSYC 6505)

PREVIOUS INSTITUTIONS

  • Career Theory and Practice