I am a current graduate student at Western Kentucky University earning my Master's in Counseling. I completed my Bachelor's at Western Michigan University in Psychology and Criminal Justice with cum laude honors. I am also originally from Michigan. In high school and parts of college, I have tutored students in various subjects from such as Anatomy, sociology, criminal justice, psychology, history, and addiction courses. My approach to science courses is through relevant related con... [more]
I have a bachelors degree in psychology and graduated with a 3.6 GPA. I have written many literature review research papers and well versed in APA publication format. I also have background research in abnormal, child, abnormal child, psychology and aging, forensic psychology, and many more disciplines.
Part of my overall degree, I have completed course pertaining to society on a macro to micro level in multiculturalism. In addition I have completed courses in family dynamics, society and addictions, as well as society in terms of law enforcement. I still continue courses in sociology within my Master's program in terms of Social Multicultural Issues. I have complete research over topics such as: ageism/ableism, the social construct of a social hierarchy in terms of belongingness, as well as the historical genocide of Native Americans.
I am competent in the knowledge pertaining to the legal system from a multicultural perspective. I have completed and excelled in courses pertaining to Juvenile Delinquency, the Corrections Process, Criminology, Forensic Psychology, Addictions, and Law Enforcement. In addition I have also written research papers over topics including but not limited to: inner urban crime of metropolitan areas, discrimination of gender diversity among the field, and the real coast of the present war on drugs campaign. My specialties within the field are center focused on drugs and social cost as it ties to inner-city issues across the world.