I teach a range of undergraduate and graduate courses in clinical and developmental psychology. Many of my classes involve service learning, which involves student outreach into the community to improve the lives of others and make a difference. This approach connects especially well with Roosevelt University’s commitment to social justice.
My teaching has received six awards and honors, including being selected as the Illinois Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as well as my receipt last year of the Robert S. Daniel Teaching Excellence Award from the Society for the Teaching of Psychology.
In Summer, I am teaching the classes below. You can download syllabi below.
I teach these courses at other times. Previous syllabi are found by clicking below.
- PSYC 103: Introductory Psychology
- PSYC 319: Child and Adolescent Psychopathology
- PSYC 381: Children and Families
- PSYC 393: Internship in Psychology (Click here to learn more about this class)
- PSYC 398: Field Placement with Children and Families
- PSYC 655: Couples and Family Psychotherapy
- PSYC 681: Instructor Development Seminar