Front Desk Receptionist with strong work ethic. Good hands in using phone, computer and office equipment. Strong multitasking, communication and interpersonal skills. Able to prioritize effectively to accomplish objectives with creativity and enthusiasm. Highly ambitious psychology graduate experienced in courses, most recently being, Community, Cognitive, Clinical, and Abnormal psychology. Received skills in mental health prevention, diagnostic criteria, treatments of a variety of psychological disorders, and counseling techniques. More than willing to build on these skills and greatly focused on acquiring knowledge for future positions.
Volunteered with Feed my Starving Children and Habitats for Humanity. I enjoy crafts; sewing, knitting, ceramics. I am involved in a Aerobics Class. Very family and friend oriented.
Abnormal Psychology- Diagnostic criteria and treatments of psychological disorders in adults.
Cognitive Psychology- Perception, selective attention, memory, imagery, problem-solving, reasoning, artificial intelligence and decision-making.
Stress and Coping- Physiology of stress, psychoneuroimmunology, effects of stress on mental health and behavior, coping styles and stress management.
Wellness- Reviewed varying health issues that are pertinent to modern day society challenging the importance of how to achieve self-responsibility.
Community Psychology- Prevention, program evaluation, creation of settings, psychological conceptions of the environment, social support, community organization and development, empowerment and social action, mutual help, participant research, social justice, social policy and ethics of community intervention. Completed group research.
Clinical Psychology- Counseling techniques, develop self-awareness and apply theories of psychotherapy through own experiences via role plays and experiential exercises.
Adolescent Psychology- Forming an identity and developing mature relations with peers, family and possible mates.
Social Psychology- Social perception, self-perception, attitudes, social influence, attraction, altruism, aggression, group effects and environmental psychology.
Research Design and Experimentation- Logic and methods for designing and conducting scientific research.
Seminar Course- Disordered Eating and Obesity-Learned psychological knowledge about a) the complex biological, psychological, and social factors that contribute to the development of eating disorders and obesity, b) empirically-validated treatments used to treat eating pathology, and c) current controversies.
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