Lifespan health; Telehealth and Telemedicine; Biogerontology; Behavioral interventions for reducing chronic pain and obesity; Psychosomatic illness alternative treatments
Robelyn Garcia's mission is to educate and motivate! She has Ph D. in Education, a M S in Kinesiology and Exercise Science, a Post-Doc Graduate Certificate in Gerontology, a Master's in Aging and Lifespan Development, and a Master's of Arts in Criminology and Criminal Justice.
She is currently a Post-Doc Scholar in the Doctoral of Behavioral Health program and teaches undergraduate courses at Arizona State University. She also teaches geriatric health, gerontology, therapeutic behavioral interventions for chronic pain, and biogerontology at Senior University. In addition, she is a multidisciplinary personal professor at Personal Professors Online Academy. She is also the President of the SW Jr. NBA-WNBA, the Vice President of American Community Team Sports, a Curriculum Writer, a former Professional Basketball player and Kinesiology Professor. She was inducted into the Arizona State Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi for her academic and scholarly achievement in May, 2014 and will be inducted into the Dodge City College Hall of Fame in May, 2015.
Her Instructor Certifications Include: American Red Cross Health Professional CPR Instructor, Yale Medical School CME Health and Weight Management Counselor, ACEP Level 2 Certified Coach, First Aid for Sports and Drugs in Sport, NESTA Weight Room Specialist, American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor, First Aid, and Aquatics Level 7 Advanced Skills Instructor, Arizona Certified College Instructor (Kinesiology, Adult Education), and AFSA Indoor Cycling Certified Spinning Instructor. She has also recently completed several courses at The Telemental Health Institute covering Telehealth and Telemedicine.