• in progress, Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology, Northcentral University
• in progress, 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

In 2016, I began studies at Northcentral University, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Department of Psychology. I was awarded 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 goal is to complete course requirements for my doctoral program while earning a second master's degree along the way.
Master's Program (2nd Master's):

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

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


Anticipated Time to Degree:

Master's Program (1st Master's, Aboard):

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

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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MHlthSc(DD) with distinction

Dissertation marked distinction.

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

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

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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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:

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

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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AAS Human Services

Honors: cum laude

Graduation. ANCHORAGE, ALASKA May 6, 2013.