I received my Masters of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from Tennessee Technological University. Prior to that I received my Bachelors of Science in Psychology from Tennessee Technological University as well. Currently I am a Licensed Professional Counselor/Mental Health Service Provider in Tennessee. My previous clinical work includes a 100 hr practicum and 300 hr internship at Health Connect
My passion is working with young children. I am interested in the field of child psychology. During the past four years, I have been dedicated to becoming a well-rounded student, immersing myself into my studies. Additionally, I have participated in numerous scholastic, athletic and community service projects in an effort to position myself to be successful in my college
In 2013, I graduated from Mount Olive College with a Bachelor of Science is Clinical Psychology. As an undergraduate I did my internship with the state of North Carolina – Vocational Rehabilitation at WorkSource East in Goldsboro, NC. I am currently in a counseling training program at East Carolina University where I am working on obtaining my Master’s in Substance Abuse and Clinical Counseling.
I am a current Florida International University fourth year student with the goal of graduating this summer 2016 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. After graduating, I plan to continue studying in a Master’s Program at FIU named Counselor Education: Clinical Mental Health Counseling, to which I am currently applying. I am a volunteer at the Child Anxiety and Phobia Program in FIU’s Center for Children and Family, where I am a research assistant I am responsible for
Greetings, I am Dexter Bolding I recently earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from California State University, Dominguez Hills. Prior to this, I spent nearly two decades in the United States Marine Corps. In the Marines I had an opportunity to manage at different levels, which included the managing of a thirty-three Marine Aircraft Firefighting Section, managing a five man Marine Corps Recruiting Office, culminating in me spending the last seven years directing the Marine Corps Substance Abuse Program as the Substance Abuse Control Officer and Insructor aboard the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar.
Graduating the University of Texas with a Master’s in Counseling Psychology would be a dream come true. I strongly believe this program will give me the tools I need to become an excellent counselor and to launch me to the next level of my career and life. Counseling humans in trouble and curing my thirst for knowledge are my goals which I am sure this program will help me achieve. I can’t wait for my future to take off as I gain more knowledge and pave the way to becoming an excellent counselor for anyone that needs my help as I was helped when I was a young
My undergraduate degree started in high school through the Dual Enrollment Program with Jefferson Davis Community College. It was there that I took my first psychology class and
I moved to California three years ago to pursue a Master's degree in social work at USC. During the time I have lived here, I have gained invaluable experience working full-time in the social work field. My first social work related job in California was working at an IMD step-down program for transitional aged youths and adults with dual diagnoses. From there, I began working in the Wraparound program at Aviva Family and Children's Services as a Child and Family Specialist. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time working with these agencies but am also very excited to begin graduate study at USC's School of Social Work since my graduate education was the reason for my move to southern California.
I have always wanted to be the person others look to when they feel scared or vulnerable. In return for that trust, I have put enormous effort into helping people who seek me out identify their best options for the future. Not until I encountered life in all its confusing, brutal truth, however, did I realize I wanted to occupy that advisor’s role as a professional. My aim in applying to Northwestern is to become a licensed professional counselor in my home state of Wisconsin so that I can help young people tackle everyday problems, learn life skills, and ultimately, be the best people they can be. Ultimately, my goal is to complete a doctorate in counseling psychology, from University of Wisconsin-Madison in particular, after completion of my master’s degree while gaining vital work experience in my field and to use my expertise to train other aspiring professionals in my field.
My goals from a career in optometry begin with my optometry education. My plan for attacking optometry has three phases: Phase One- General optometric education at Nova Southeastern. I want an outstanding education, supplemented by practical experience, such as that offered by The Eye Care Institute. Phase Two (a.k.a. “the chicken”)- Exposure; after a general education, I seek exposure within the field through such activities as a mission trip, service opportunities, and initial employment in a diverse setting, such as public or rural health. Within these settings, one can experience vast new cultures and the subsequent pathologies that accompany people in diverse settings, living under diverse conditions. Phase Three (“the egg”)- Specialization: