Erica Arambulo has recently been hired by the Military Families Learning Network Family Development concentration area. She was hired as support staff member in charge of financial and public relations for MFLN Family Development.
Erica is a graduate student who recently joined Valdosta State University as a Marriage and Family Therapy Department as a Clinical Intern. She received her Bachelors in Psychology from Georgia State University in December 2013. As a student at Georgia State, Erica did research work on the learning and development abilities of a typical child. At the Learning and Development Lab, Erica performed and assisted in numerous of sessions with children, transcribed and coded recorded sessions for further observation and research collection. She, along with graduate students and research instructors, performed a study on children's ability to unpack multi messages and its' relation to their mean length of utterance. Erica presented findings at the 14 annual Georgia State University Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Aside from research work, Erica volunteered at a domestic-violence intervention program for Latino families, working with families that have experienced abusive behavior. She trained families how to direct safety plans with their children and tutored after school on activities that related to self-esteem, identity, culture, family and social support. Erica also tutored Statistics and Research Methods at Georgia State University in the Psychology Department. In 2011, Erica received the Scholarship, in 2012, she received the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Scholarship and in 2013, she received the Presidential Award from Georgia State University.
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Phone: (229) 293-6031