As a psychosocial rehabilitation specialist, Kendra helped children suffering from emotional disturbances to overcome maladaptive behaviors. Utilizing behavioral, cognitive, and socialization strategies, she helped her young clients cope with family relationships, peer interactions, aggression, social skills, and academic difficulties. She currently works as a freelance science writer, educational consultant, and speaker focused on helping students learn about and enjoy psychology. Her work has been referenced by numerous media outlets and publications including The New York Times, CNN, Psychology Today, The Telegraph, The Huffington Post, Business Insider, and The Guardian.
Kendra Cherry has a Master of Science in education from Boise State University with a primary research interest in educational psychology. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in psychology from Idaho State University with additional coursework in chemical addictions and case management.
Psychology is a rich and varied subject that can generate theoretical questions while at the same time offering practical applications in almost all areas of everyday life. If you have ever wondered why people do the things they do, how they become who they are, or what factors influence how people develop, psychology can offer insight and answers. Whether you are a psychology major or a student taking an introductory course in the subject, my goal is to provide useful information and resources to further your understanding and appreciation of psychology.
You can also find me on Google+: Kendra Cherry and at ExplorePsychology.com.
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