Courses Taught at University

I want to thank you for a wonderfully informative class. The passion you have for elders and making their lives the best that can be offered is more than obvious. I admire that quality in anyone, and I admire it in you. I thought you ran a wonderful class, and I leave it with a lot of material and videos to share. The review to pass on to UMass Boston Deans and Heads of Departments should be nothing less than stellar. It was a pleasure to have you teach this course” – Stella Smith, Psychology student, UMass Boston, 2012

I taught this upper level undergraduate course at the Department of  Psychology at University of Massachusetts Boston.

Course title:

Psychology of Older Adults with Memory Loss, Alzheimer’s Disease, and Other Dementias. To see the Syllabus, click on this link:


To offer this course at your university or organization, please contact me at:

The course can be adapted to meet the special learning needs of your students or employees.

I also had the opportunity to work as a Teaching Assistant for a Qualitative Research Methods course at UMass Boston (Instructor Professor Donna H. Friedman).  To read the Teaching Assistantship Evaluation, click here:  Teaching Assistanship Evaluation – Qualitative Research Methods – 2006