Professor of PsychologyDepartment Chair
Students learn best when they are motivated to engage the material in a variety of way to promote consideration and discussion of critical concepts. In my courses, students will read scholarly papers, write papers, watch popular films and documentaries, design assessments, interpret data, and learn important skills relevant to our field. While it is important that students develop a solid understanding of psychological principles, my instructional style is designed to develop their inquisitiveness and curiosity through critical discussions of material. My hope is that the enthusiasm they develop for psychology in my courses will sustain them through their undergraduate careers and, hopefully, motivate them to pursue graduate studies and a lifetime helping others as clinicians or counselors.
building is Ordway
- room is 137
I enjoy the motivated students and our time together discussing interesting concepts in class, while I teach at FSC.
Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, University of Hawaii at Manoa,
(Clincal Internship: University of Mississippi Medical Center)
M.B.A. Rollins College
M.A. Clinical Psychology, University of Hawaii at Manoa,
M.Ed.: Harvard University
B.A. University of California at San Diego