With a background master’s degree in psychology, I am grateful to have been enlightened with a balanced perspective in understanding human behavior among adults and children in the workplace and learning environment. Among my most notable achievements includes being inducted into the Psi Chi International Honor Society at Georgia Southern University after receiving honors in my program of study and creating and leading a community organization grounded in sociology research.
My work history is diverse and includes experience as a counselor for at- risk youth and families and several years of skills obtained from marketing and customer- centered roles. Additionally, I volunteered at two educational start-up organizations over the course of three years. Some of my research includes: Understanding neuroplasticity for improved psychological development, analyzing effective and ineffective diversity training programs in the workplace, tips for upcoming ivy- league college freshmen to succeed in college, and cutting-edge research to improve the learning process and manage stress in the dynamic world. I am eager to contribute to individual development efforts through a well- delivered and modern approach to teaching.
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While it is impossible to change what has happened in your early childhood, or change experiences which have been traumatic, it is possible to engage in positive exercises that promote plasticity in mental connections. These exercises have been found to elicit improvements in brain functioning and connectivity, just as learning and physical exercise improve aptitude and physical health respectively. The ability of the brain to change with experience due to its neuroplasticity is an adaptive...
With the cost of tuition on the rise and students doing their best to manage living expenses, transportation, food, books, and other costs, many will agree that finances can be a touchy subject even with the help of financial aid and other resources.
What would life be like without technology? As college students, it's near impossible to fathom an existence without the use of convenient devices and capabilities. The world where research takes place in a library is long gone, and has been replaced by a simple Google search.
Meditation has become increasingly more popular in western society alongside mindfulness practices and yoga as a means of self-growth and healing. Increasing scientific research on improved emotional states, decreased stress and anxiety, and even improvements in existing diseases link meditation to serve as a means of improved consciousness and a potential aid for overall well-being