Teaching Experience

Riverside Community College                                                      November 2018 – Present

(Professor)

  • Develop curriculum for developmental psychology, 3 unit transferrable credits.

  • Distribute departmental syllabus informing students in writing of course requirements,
    absences, tardiness, testing, assignments, and grading policies.

  • Convey concepts of developmental psychology to the level of class in efforts to meet
    curriculum objective

  • Evaluate and inform students of progress via assignments, quizzes, and examinations.

  • Demonstrate and encourage students to use the library and other student support services
    located on campus.

  • Meet all assigned classes on time in the assigned classrooms, follow procedures related to
    the registrars office, including grade reports, deadlines, attendance record reports,
    withdrawal deadlines, mid-semester progress reports, and final reports.

  • Follow the academic calendar and procedures as outlined in the faculty procedures manual.

  • Promote college programs and curricula.

  • Volunteer for colleagues conducting college workshops.

  • Provide a safe environment for students and be responsible for the security of assigned
    equipment, materials, and classrooms.

San Bernardino Valley College              March 2016, Sept 2017, Oct 2018, Nov 2019

(Guest Professor)

  • Teaching anger management to adult students of Human Services.

  • Teach emotional intelligence to adult students of Human Services.

  • Teaching group counseling as a facilitator to adult students of Human Services.

  • Recruit students for practicum site.

Operation New Hope                                                         October 2016 – April 2019

(Facilitator Guidance Counselor)

  • Develop and implement cognitive behavioral programs that ensure students’ academic
    and emotional developments adhere to state laws and ethics for at risk-youth.

  • Supervise multidisciplinary and auxiliary support staff to plan and organize a mental
    health services program for mentally or emotionally disturbed adults, children, youth, or
    elderly clients.

  • Assist in coordinating mental health treatment and activities with medical, psychological,
    and other professional services in the community of San Bernardino.

  • Counsel and advise students with respect to career, academic, and vocational goals.

  • Counsel and advise students seeking Career Technical Education via Student Education
    Plan (SEP).

  • Conduct CTE and certificate program workshops to offer information, guidelines and
    strategies to achieve student success in pursuing a CTE certificate via teaching classes in
    guidance, providing career counseling and support services to students at risk, assisting
    student with transfer procedures, instruction and class preparation, committee work, high
    school liaison, student activities, and program and curriculum development.

Riverside County Office of Education                          February 2013 – February 2014

(Career Technical Education Substitute Instructor)

  • Establish and maintain an orderly, safe, and well-disciplined classroom learning
    environment.

  • Perform other job-related duties as assigned regarding: Agriculture; Arts; Building; Education; Energy; Engineering; Fashion; Finance; Health; Hospitality; Information; Manufacturing; Marketing; Public Service and Transportation.

  • Provide career and vocational exploration, counseling to at-risk students.

  • Assists students in understanding and seeking solutions to social, emotional, or academic
    problems and concerns. Counsel and advise students with respect to career, academic,
    and vocational goals.

  • Counsel and advise students seeking Career Technical Education via Student Education
    Plan (SEP).

  • Conduct CTE and certificate program workshops to offer information, guidelines and
    strategies to achieve student success in pursuing a CTE certificate via teaching classes in
    guidance, providing career counseling and support services to students at risk, assisting
    student with transfer procedures, instruction and class preparation, committee work, high
    school liaison, student activities, and program and curriculum development.

Riverside Unified School District                                                        May 2008-Present

Moreno Valley Unified School District                                               Nov 2008 -Feb  2014

(Certified Substitute Teacher)​

  • Administer and implement lesson plans to students K-12, Special Education and Adult Education in current subject.

  • Demonstrate ability to problem solve and develop relationships quickly in the classroom and with staff.

  • Effective use of time management, organizational and analytical skills to provide excellent academic assistance to students in multiple subjects in classroom settings.

  • Assists students in understanding and seeking solutions to social, emotional, or academic problems and concerns. Counsel and advise students with respect to career, academic, and vocational goals.

  • Counsel and advise students seeking Career Technical Education via Student Education Plan

               (SEP).

  • Providing career counseling and support services to students at risk, assisting student with

      transfer procedures, instruction and class preparation, committee work, high school liaison,
      student activities, and program and curriculum development.

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Clinical Experience

Open Door Community Mental Health Clinic                                                  Dec 2019 -Present

(Professional Clinical Counselor Associate 2619)

2019-Present Licensed Clinical Counselor Associate 2619 100 hours

Clinical Supervisor: Deryl Taylor  LMFT19190

  • Provide competent sex offender treatment, teaching cognitive behavior to assist in improving interpersonal relationship skills

  • Provide individual and group counseling delivering interventions and prevention techniques that will reduce offending behavior.

  • Provide risk assessments in efforts to measure and reduce offensive/deviant behavior (STABLE, ACUTE)

  • Research and employ evidence based modalities to assist in sex offenders treatment intervention and prevention.

Center For Effective Life Transitions                                             June 2019-Present

(Professional Clinical Counselor Associate 2619)

2019-Present Licensed Clinical Counselor Associate 150 hours

Clinical Supervisor: Catrina Johnson-Green LPCC 61

  • Teach effective 52 week parenting classes addressing: abuse prevention, emotional intelligence,  children confidence building, harmful behaviors, conflict resolutions, personality accountability.

  • Guest facilitate Domestic Violence classes that address: cycle  of abuse, abuse prevention and interventions, cognition and behavior of abusers, development of healthy relationships.

  • Deliver psycho-education conducive to effectively changing behavior.

  • Provide safe environment to promote, develop and practice cognitive behavior.

Able Mediation and Counseling Services                                      Oct 2014-Dec 2019

(Professional Clinical Counselor Associate 2619)

2014-2019 Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor Associate 2619 (1700 Hours)

Clinical Supervisor: Dr. Richie Cole Ph.D., LMFT

  • Collaborator of developing AMCSI.

  • Diagnose and assist with delivery of therapeutic mental health services to children teens and adults.

  • Develop and implement cognitive behavioral programs, ensure to adhere to state laws and ethics

  • Develop and present conferences, workshops, materials relevant to mental health for AMCSI and professionals.

  • Provide recidivism services to diverse populations with various offenses.

  • Provide Anger Management/Emotional Intelligent Services.

  • Supervise multidisciplinary and auxiliary support staff to plan and organize a mental healthservices program for mentally or emotionally disturbed adults, children, youth, or elderly clients.

  • Assist in coordinating mental health treatment and activities with medical, psychological, andother professional services in the community of San Bernardino.

  • Counsel and advise students with respect to career, academic, and vocational goals.

  • providing career counseling and support services to students at risk, assisting student with
    transfer procedures, instruction and class preparation, committee work, high school liaison,student activities, and program and curriculum development.

  • Counsel and advise students seeking Career Technical Education via Student Education Plan(SEP

  • Conduct CTE and certificate program workshops to offer information, guidelines and strategiesto achieve student success in pursuing a CTE certificate via teaching classes in guidance.

Taming Your Anger Emotional Intelligence                            February 2011 - August 2014 

(Anger Management Specialist)

2012-2014 Anger Management Specialist training (1500 Hours) clinical settings

Clinical Supervisor: Dr. Steve Wolf, Ph.D.

  • Gain knowledge about emotional intelligence.

  • Conduct educational qualitative and quantitative pilot study with at risk youth teaching

emotional intelligence of taming your anger 2 times a week for 3 months

  • Create pilot surveys for quantitative statistical data regarding reduction of behavioral

outburst from students and reduction of disciplinary actions from teachers

  • Collect qualitative data via observations regarding reduction of disruptive behavior from at

risk students ages 13-18, grades 9-12.

  • Create reports detailing evaluation of statistical and qualitative data regarding importance

of implementing emotional intelligence among at risk students in educational setting.

  • Train students with cognitive behavioral tools to increase self-awareness and reduce

unconscious problematic impulses while engaged in uncomfortable circumstances.

  • Train staff and faculty with cognitive behavioral tools to increase self-awareness to reduce

lack of classroom disruptions and increase classroom management for the purpose of delivering academic curriculum.

  • Speak on behalf of Taming Your Anger at California Association of Alcohol and Drugs

Educators.

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