Psychology (Introduction - Advanced)
I am currently in the process of completing my Master's degree in Clinical Psychology. I graduated from The University of Toronto in 2011 with a specialist in Psychology.
I have volunteered as a Research Assistant for three professors throughout my undergraduate years at U of T; worked as a Research Assistant at a local trauma hospitals for two years in the division of Neurosurgery and recently completed my practicum placement at two provincial correctional facilities (Forensic Psychology).Psyc hology Below is the list of courses I may offer assistance in: Introduction to Social Psychology (PSYB10H3) Psychology and the Scientific Mind (PSYC84H3) Cross-Cultural Social Psychology (PSYC14H3) Current Topics in Abnormal Psychology (PSYD33H3) Clinical Psychopharmacology (PSYD35H3) Psychologica l Assessment (PSYC37H3) How the Child Discovers Language (PSYC25H3) Behaviour Modification: Origins and Applications(PSYB45H3) Advanc ed Developmental Psychology (PSYC21H3) Professional Development III: Ethics & the Law (PSY512) Fundamentals of Psychometric Assessment (PSY531) Qualitative Inquiry I (PSY521) History & Systems of Personality & Psychotherapy (PSY551) Human Health and the Environment (EESA10H3) Developmental Psychology Laboratory (PSYC26H3) Psychologica l Research Laboratory (PSYB01H3)
Experience: 7 years
Students will be introduced to the essential topics in psychology. We will discuss the connections between human behavior and the mind, you will gain insight into the history of the field of psychology, as well as explore current theories, pioneers in the field of Psychology and issues in areas such as cognition, motivation, and wellness.
The importance of scientific methods and principles of research design is emphasized throughout this course and presented in a way that will enrich your study of individuals as thinking, feeling, and social beings.
Come and explore Psychology!Psychology I am currently tutoring a number of College - University level undergraduates in Psychology from all over the world via online. For me, one of the most important strategies is establishing connection with the student that I help out. I would say I am kind of laid back when interacting with student but at the same time, I ensure they truly grasp the concepts of Psychology while they learn. I have worked with students with disabilities also (currently I am facilitating a student with Asperger's syndrome) and students whose first language isn't English, so I am comfortable at understanding some of the challenges students may go through and that we each have our own unique learning style.