I have taught abnormal psychology as an adjunct professor at Washington University- University College. I have also been a teaching assistant at Washington University for undergraduate statistics, biological psychology, and social psychology. I prefer to teach in a half discussion/ half lecture format and love to hear my student's ideas.
Additionally, I have led discussion meetings for the undergraduate research assistants at the Anxiety and Psychotherapy laboratory, which is similar to leading a small discussion class focusing on research on anxiety and related topics. I have supervised over 55 undergraduate research assistants, several who have gone on to clinical psychology graduate programs. I have served as a research mentor to many of these undergraduate RAs who are conducting independent research. I provide mentorship on all aspects of research including statistics and methodology. Several of my undergraduate RAs have submitted poster abstracts to National Conferences and have worked with me on manuscripts.
Finally, I have completed the Washington University teaching citation offered by the Teaching Center at Washington University. The teaching citation is given after having 3 unique teaching experiences that are evaluated by both students and faculty, attending workshops on teaching, and completing a teaching philosophy document.
Please see the below documents for my syllabus from abnormal psychology, a list of discussion topics for the APL lab meetings, and my teaching statement.