Ralston D. Caldwell, MA, LLPC, BCPC (retired)
Phoenix, AZ 85040
A position in the area of human services where the experience, supervisory training, and resource utilization, will be directed toward outstanding job performance.
SUMMARY: Strong problem and conflict resolution
Skilled in eliciting cooperative efforts from individuals with diverse backgrounds Successful administration of human resources and employer relations
Experience planning, organizing, and coordinating multifaceted projects in a timely manner
Master of Arts degree, University of Detroit Mercy Bachelor of Science degree, University of Detroit Mercy\ Newburge Seminary (Current) Doctorate in Biblical Studies Relevant Coursework
Testing and Evaluation
Master’s Thesis (Published): Male Victims of Domestic Violence
A study into the social and political implications, of the male victims of domestic violence. Historical overview and recommendations toward the reduction of incidence are included.
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REFERENCES AVAILABLE AS REQUESTED