|15 Andler Street # 209Worcester, MA 01610|
|Phone (508) 792-7137E-mail Emoney@splusnet.com|
|Objective||To utilize my research skills in an academic setting.|
|Assumption College, Worcester, MA.Currently enrolled in Master of Arts/ Counseling Psychology ProgramWorcester State College, Worcester, MA.B.S. 1998Major: Psychology, Minor: Sociology
Summa Cum Laude
Member of Psi Chi, National Honor Society in Psychology
|Awards received||First Prize Research Award, Research Methods Course, Worcester State College, Spring, 1998. “The effects of parental marital status on academic achievement motivation.”|
|Presentation||“Factors that influence students to choose a career working with elderly persons”. Poster accepted for presentation at the Eastern Psychological Association annual meeting in Providence, RI, April, 1999. Paper being prepared for publication.|
|Volunteer experience||Chandler Magnet School, Chandler Street, Worcester, MA. Worked as a reading tutor for developmentally delayed and non-English speaking students.The West Side House, Fruit Street, Worcester, MA. Worked as an activities aide in a psychiatric nursing home. Duties included assisting residents with indoor and outdoor activities, i.e. walks, trips to the mall, art, birthday parties, etc.Worcester State College, Chandler Street, Worcester, MA. Research Assistant. Assisted Psychology Professor in gathering, processing, and interpreting statistical data. Proficient in using SPSS statistical software. Concurrently conducting a study on therapy termination and a program analysis involving therapy patients with the Clinical Director of a social service agency.|
|1998 – present. Seven Hills Foundation.81 Hope Avenue, Worcester, MA Part-time Respite Counselor. Duties include helping developmentally delayed adults with tasks for livingCommunity Healthlink. 72 Jacques Avenue, Worcester, Part-time Residential Counselor II. Duties include helping homeless mentally ill adults to stabilize, and assisting them in achieving independent living skills. Duties also include writing and implementing treatment plans, pstp’s and daily progress reports. Duties also include dispensing medications, and counseling as needed on a one-on-one basis.
Undergraduate classes included: Psychological Statistics (in which I had the highest average of three classes), Research Methods in Psychology (First-Prize Paper), Research Methods of Sociology (more qualitative than quantitative) and Advanced Experimental Psychology, which included the entire research process from gathering data to writing proposals to statistical analysis to presenting the findings in a publishable paper. My class project is being presented as a poster at EPA. Posses working knowledge of which statistical tests to use in analyzing data. Able to design and construct questionnaires.
Received “A”s in all writing/English classes; an all proposals and written reports; and on all final research papers.
Successfully completed the MAP medication program and have certification to dispense medication. Excellent inter-personal skills. Excellent typing and numerical ability.
References available upon request.