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Slice of LIFE

Coaching Psychology: What is it and why is it important?

Life University (Life U) offers a Master of Science (M.S.) degree program in Positive Psychology with two tracks: General Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology. This online degree program is fully accredited and one-of-a-kind. In fact, it is one of only a handful of such highly sought-after programs in the entire world. The M.S. in Positive Psychology at Life University investigates strengths-based research that enables individuals and communities to thrive.

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Faces of LIFE

Faces of LIFE- Josie Cross

Josie Cross (D.C.) previously served as Vice President of the Life U ICPA (International Chiropractic Pediatric Association) club and currently serves as one of its secretaries. She expressed that she always wanted to work with kids, though not knowing what setting she wanted to work with kids in.

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Faces of LIFE, FACES of LIFE FRIDAY, Slice of LIFE

Faces of LIFE – Erin Higgins

Erin Higgins was born and raised in Colorado and is currently pursuing the M.S. in Positive Psychology Coaching Track. “I went to grad school to become a counselor because I’m passionate about helping people and working in mental health,” Higgins explained. “But the program ended up not being a good fit for me, so I dropped it and took months looking for the right fit.”

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Slice of LIFE, THROWBACK THURSDAY

#TBT – Life U on Atlanta & Company: Psychology (2016)

Michael Karlin, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology and Associate Director of the Center for Compassion, Integrity and Secular Ethics at Life University, spoke with Christine Pullara about Life U’s innovative psychology degrees and initiatives. They discuss undergraduate and graduate degree options in Psychology, Business and Positive Psychology.

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Faces of LIFE

Faces of LIFE: Dr. Jacob Glazier

Dr. Jacob W. Glazier is an adjunct professor in the Department of General Education and Psychology. He is originally from Illinois and grew up in a small farming community. Dr. Glazier’s father and uncle were both farmers. He studied for a M.S. Ed. In Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Western Illinois University. Eventually, he found his way to Carrolton, Georgia where he studied at the University of West Georgia to become a Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology with an emphasis in Consciousness and Society.

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My 1st Quarter

My 1st Quarter: Cheyanne Nance-Butler

If I had to give myself advice as a high school student, I would say just keep doing what you’re doing. In high school I was very determined; I had a game plan in mind, and I knew exactly what I wanted to do. So, stay the course, but be open to different career paths.