About Me

"Foster a healthy curiosity about yourself, others, and the world so that your life remains interesting, enjoyable, and fulfilling" - Susan Thomas

Biography

I am part-time faculty in the Psychology Department. I have several years of teaching behind me, having taught: group facilitators, high school students, college students, and junior high school students.

I am also a consultant and trainer who has facilitated, trained and taught a variety of groups and individuals over the past 20 years. My specific area of expertise is in interpersonal interaction, including topics of: communication, problem solving, values clarification, leadership, stress management, team building, and conflict resolution. I am particularly sensitive to multicultural issues, having lived, worked, and taught abroad.

In addition, I have also worked in event planning, mediation, and mental health counseling. I hold a Master's degree in Counseling Psychology from Northwestern University in Chicago.

Classes I Teach

Winter 2019

CRNCourseSec.Title
01850PSYC 15General Psychology
32641PSYC 82Introduction to Social Psychology
35658PSYC 1465ZDevelopmental Aspects of Psychology

Fall 2018

CRNCourseSec.Title
22279PSYC 81Introduction to Social Psychology
02146PSYC 91Psychology of Human Relationships and Normal Adjustment
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