An ordained minister for nearly 30 years, I have extensive experience coaching clergy and other leaders who struggle to navigate the dynamics of their vocations.
I provide psychotherapeutic interventions to help clients manage cognitive, mental, and emotional issues, empowering them to negotiate the difficult transitions of life, particularly in the workplace.
The graduate courses I teach in Vanguard University's Organizational Psychology program include Behavior and Psychology in Organizations, Psychology of Leadership and Motivation, Organizational Systems, Development and Change. Occasionally I teach Team Leadership and Conflict Management for the Leadership Studies program. Prior to returning to Vanguard University, I founded and directed the Organizational Psychology program for Concordia University Irvine. I also occasionally teach Industrial-Organizational Psychology, and Career Development Theories and Techniques at Pepperdine University.
I received my Doctor of Education in Institutional Management from Pepperdine University’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology, and my Master of Science in Clinical Psychology from Vanguard University. I also earned a Master of Arts in Leadership Studies and a Bachelor of Arts in Cross Cultural Studies.