Summary:
• in progress, Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology, Northcentral University
• 2017, Master of Arts in Psychology, Northcentral University
• 2015, Master of Health Science in Developmental Disability, University of Sydney
• 2013, Associates of Applied Science in Human Services, University of Alaska Anchorage

Current:
In 2016, I began studies at Northcentral University, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Department of Psychology. I was awarded a Master of Arts in Psychology.  Additionally, I obtained Master of Health Science (Developmental Disability) with distinction at the University of Sydney in December of 2015. In May 2013, I earned from the University of Alaska Anchorage an Associates of Applied Science in Human Services.

Academic Goal(s):
My primary goal is to complete course requirements for my doctoral program in Psychology. My secondary goal is to formulate an empirical research topic related to addiction and human-computer interaction for my dissertation.
Doctoral Program:
Attended: 
2016-Present

Doctor of Philosophy
Psychology,
Northcentral University,
School of Social and Behavioral Sciences,
Department of Psychology,
United States of America



Accreditation:
WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC)

Program outcome:
• Appraise theories and principles in psychology to inform professional contexts.

• Evaluate research methods and data analysis in psychology.
• Select psychological principles and research for application to personal, social, and organizational issues.
• Evaluate ethical principles of psychology in academic and professional matters.
• Critique diversity issues in professional contexts.
• Design clear and effective communication for fellow professionals and the public.

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Progress: PhD Psychology

IN PROGRESS










Master's Program (2nd Master's):
Attended: 
2016-2017

Master of Arts
Psychology,
Northcentral University,
School of Social and Behavioral Sciences,
Department of Psychology,
United States of America



Accreditation:
WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC)

Program outcome:
• Analyze theories and principles in psychology to inform professional contexts.

• Examine research methods and data analysis in psychology.

• Apply psychological principles and research to personal, social, and organizational issues.
• Relate ethical principles of psychology to academic and professional matters.

• Examine diversity issues in professional contexts.
• Model clear and effective communication for fellow professionals and the public.

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Progress: PhD Psychology

COMPLETED

Conferred:
MA Psychology








Master's Program (1st Master's, Abroad):
Attended: 
2014-2015

Master of Health Science
Developmental Disability,
University of Sydney,
Faculty of Health Sciences,
Australia


Accreditation:
The Group of Eight (Go8)
The Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU)

Program outcome:
Expand awareness, knowledge and understanding of the issues faced by people with developmental disabilities.

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COMPLETED

Conferred:
MHlthSc(DD) with distinction

Dissertation marked distinction.






Saluting the Dean during commencement. SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA March 10, 2016.
Bachelor's Program:
Attended: 
2013

Bachelor of Arts
Psychology,
University of Alaska Anchorage, 
College of Arts and Sciences,
United States of America



Accreditation:
Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU)

Program outcome:
• Possess a broad knowledge of contemporary psychology.
• Be actively involved in psychological research.
• Have acceptable skills in research analysis (including writing, mastery of APA style, and computer literacy).
• Receive effective career preparation and advising.
• Report satisfaction with the program (including types and times of course offerings, evaluation of faculty, academic and career advising).
• Have sufficient opportunities for interaction among majors.
• Have a senior capstone experience that requires a major project integrating course knowledge and skills gained in the program.
• Have opportunities to acquire job skills appropriate for employment in community mental health settings.

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SURPASSED

Note: Significant coursework was successfully undertaken without completing degree requirements. Entrance into post-graduate study was granted during baccalaureate studies on the basis of undergraduate coursework and professional, clinical, and research experience.


Associate's Program:
Attended: 
2012-2013

Associate of Applied Science
Human Services,
University of Alaska Anchorage,
College of Health,
United States of America



Accreditation:
Council for Standards in Human Service Education (CSHSE)
Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU)

Program outcomes:
1. Analyze and navigate community based human services agencies, service delivery systems and secure a variety of community resources.
2. Utilize a strengths-based approach to working with people and their problems in living.
3. Effectively use intervention and core paraprofessional counseling skills.
4. Apply their acquired human services skills in a service agency to include assessment, interviewing, treatment planning, service delivery, and paraprofessional counseling.
5. Demonstrate consolidation of knowledge through three areas of learning including:
• Understanding of an agency, its target population and services delivered, and interaction with their community partners.
• Development of professional self and identity with appropriate use of supervision.
• Application of client/community intervention skills.
6. Qualify for employment in the human services workforce.
7. Build on their human services degrees as a foundation for further education.

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COMPLETED

Conferred:
AAS Human Services

Honors: cum laude






Graduation. ANCHORAGE, ALASKA May 6, 2013.
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