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 with Rhodessia Boudreaux

short description:
Instruct and tutor on biopsychology- the science of the brain
long description:
This course will assist the student in the understanding of the terminology; the various sections of the brain and their functions; the anatomy of the nervous system along with nerve cells and their nerve impulses; the development and plasticity of the brain;and psychological disorders and how they relate and effect the brain.
level of difficulty:
all welcome
minimum class size:
fee comments:
This is a per hour fee totaling 600.00 at the end of full completed course
 session structure






live session

Instruct and tutor on biopsychology- the science of the brain

1h 0m

total duration: 1h 0m over 1 session(s)
comments: This is a 12 hour class and will be broken up into 12 one hour classes.

languages: English
duration: 1h 0m
fee: 50US$  (500lp)
payment: at booking
delivery method: live online and self-paced

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United States

Rhodessia Boudreaux

description of :
As a teacher I am experienced, skilled and knowledgable in my field. I have 10 years of mental health experience and 16 years of teaching experience. I am currently obtaining my PhD in Clinical Psychology (in the residency stage) and I have a Master's in Counseling Psychology.
Teacher's qualifications:
9850 Meadowglen Lane # 30
Houston, TX 77042

Entry-level position utilizing education and training in Counseling Psychology, such as psychological testing, psychotherapy, and intervention and treatment.

Candidate, Doctorial Program, Clinical Psychology
¬Walden University, Minneapolis, MN
¬Anticipated Graduation Date: September, 2015
¬Capella University, Minneapolis, MN Masters of Science Degree in Psychology, specializing in Counseling Psychology 2010
¬GPA 3.8/4.0
¬Lamar University, Beaumont, TX Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice 2001
¬GPA: 3.82

Health and Life Skills Department Chair August 2004- May 2010
Los Angeles Independent School District
¬Los Angeles, CA
• ¬Developed a team with my department to develop a pace curriculum for health, life skills, and AVID.
• Oversaw the department's budget and maintained the classroom needs of the teachers and students.
• Plan activities that would stimulate growth in cognitive, language, social and motor skills, such as field trips and projects.
• Instructed and maintained a 5 classes averaging 42 students
• Provided children with individual attention.
• Communicated with parents on a regular basis.
• Designed, instituted and facilitated an IMPACT group for students who were at-risk.
• Research Team member of an educational research design developed by Pearson's.

Mental Health Technician Aug. 1999-Dec. 2009
U.S. Air Force Reserve
¬March Air Force Base, Riverside, CA.
• ¬Provided a nonjudgmental and empathetic therapeutic approach in supporting clients and their families dealing with social, emotional, and environmental challenges.
• Establish rapport, applied behavior modification techniques, conducted psychosocial assessments, and provided clinical assessments, diagnostics, and treatment services to clients and families.
• Collaborated with mental healthcare professionals and outside agencies in the development, implementation, and evaluation of client treatment plans.
• Facilitated treatment and intervention with individuals diagnosed with mental disorders in an institutional clinical setting.
• Worked in various settings, including drug and alcohol abuse and domestic abuse.
• Oversee and facilitated group therapy, such as first-time alcohol offense users, family members adjusting, and some individuals diagnosed with mental disorders.
• Provide regular suicide educational briefings for fellow airmen when scheduled.
• Assisted in the Crisis program working with battered spouses.

• Achieved Deans List status for 2 years at Lamar University.
• Airmen of the Year, Whiteman AFB, 2003
• Graduated with Honors from Technical School, Mental Health Tech
• President of Lamar University Criminal Justice Association, 2000
• Developed and founded a non-profit organization- for those individuals who experience trauma

APA Division 35 August 2012
This is the division side of the APA geared to assist those members interested in cultural competence.

Division 29 August 2012
This is a division of the American Psychological Association that is geared toward assisting its members with interest in psychology of racism.

Tourette’s Association August 2012
This organization is geared towards assisting its members with the most recent information regarding Tourette's syndrome.

's preferred teaching style:
Although I am a visual learner I have taught Gifted students and I am aware of the various learning styles, which I adhere to. I pride myself in proficiency and professionalism. I will do all that I can to make sure that my students are in a caring, supportive, positive learning enviornment

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