Anjelica B. Hart, M.S.
Counseling | Mental Health1428 W 58th St Shreveport LA, 71108
Anjelica Hart is currently seeking an Ed.D in Educational Psychology and Technology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and will obtain credentials in May of 2020. She is a Mental Health Professional in Shreveport, LA whom evaluates and treats patients using psychotherapy and cognitive behavioral therapy to properly aid with symptoms of varies mental illnesses and/or disorders. She provides community psychiatric supportive treatment and psychosocial rehabilitation to patients and their families. In addition, she is an adjunct instructor for psychology at Southern University at Shreveport, LA.
Education and Training
University of Phoenix Master of Science in Psychology 2014
University of Phoenix Bachelor of Science in Psychology 2012
University at Shreveport South Associate of Psychology in General Studies 2009
Anjelica B. Hart, M.S.'s Expert Contributions
It is important to identify key factors affecting your marriage as finances, co-parenting, infidelity, etc. An effective marriage counselor may assist you and your husband in obtaining necessary skills to improve communication, understanding, comprising, affection, etc. One has to be willing to recognize/accept their role in harming the marriage and open to change. It is a process, but acting as a team will help improve your marriage. READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Adjunct Instructor/Psychology Southern University at Shreveport, LA 2017 - Present
- Mental Health Professional 2018 Dobi Healthcare Services, LLC
- Employee of the Year 2016 Dobi Healthcare Services, LLC
What do you attribute your success to?
- Because Anjelica dealt with a family member suffering with bi-polar disorder, she wanted to learn about mental illness and human behavior. This sparked her interest enough to pursue a career in psychology. She credits her success to the support of her colleagues and her family. Anjelica has an intrinsic motivation, and she wants to leave behind a legacy of helping those in need.Her mother is a retired professor and her stepfather was a principal. They instilled the importance of an education in Anjelica since she was young, and encouraged her to continue learning.
Areas of research
Currently preparing an action resarch study to explore the procedures and instructional practices of integrating game-based learning in higher education. The action research study will examine Minecraft: Education Edition (M:EE) as a game-based learnig program implemented within Behavioral and Social Sciences courses at Southern University at Shreveport, LA.
Anjelica B. Hart, M.S.'s Practice location
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Get to know Mental Health Counselor Anjelica B. Hart, who serves patients in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Anjelica is a mental health counselor in Shreveport, Louisiana. She provides community psychiatric supportive treatment and psychosocial rehabilitation to patients and their families. Anjelica evaluates and treats her patients using various types of therapies, including psychotherapy and cognitive behavioral therapy.
Anjelica is also an Adjunct Instructor of Psychology at Southern University at Shreveport. From training their community’s workforce and preparing students for four-year schools to leading the way in global educational success and completion, Southern University at Shreveport is committed to ensuring that they leave an indelible footprint in their community and beyond.
Anjelica received her Associate’s degree in Psychology at Southern University at Shreveport in 2009. Thereafter, she went on to earn her Bachelor of Science in Psychology (2012) and her Master of Science in Psychology (2014) at the University of Phoenix.
Anjelica is currently pursuing her Doctor of Education (EdD) degree in Educational Psychology and Technology at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She is expected to graduate in May of 2020.
Anjelica is certified in the Positive Parenting Program (Triple P). Triple P is a parenting intervention with the main goals of increasing the knowledge, skills, and confidence of parents, as well as reducing the prevalence of mental health, emotional, and behavioral problems in children and adolescents.
Due to the fact that Anjelica dealt with a family member suffering from bipolar disorder, she wanted to learn about mental illness and human behavior. This sparked her interest to pursue a career in psychology.
Anjelica attributes her success to the support of her colleagues and her family. Her mother, a retired professor, and her stepfather, a principal, instilled the importance of an education in Anjelica since she was very young and they encouraged her to continue learning.
Anjelica has an intrinsic motivation, wanting to leave behind a legacy of helping those in need.
Mental health is a level of psychological well-being or an absence of mental illness – the state of someone who is “functioning at a satisfactory level of emotional and behavioural adjustment.” A mental health counselor, like Anjelica, is a person who works with individuals and groups to promote optimum mental and emotional health. They may help individuals deal with issues associated with addictions and substance abuse; family, parenting, and marital problems; stress management; self-esteem; and aging.
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