|Associate Professor of Early Childhood|
|Education and Educational Psychology|
|Wright State University|
45402, United States
About Will Mosier
Will Mosier - Professional Summary:
An accomplished author of numerous professional journal articles and textbook chapters, Will Mosier utilizes his three decades of experience to assist parents and their children in a variety of areas such as addiction medicine, post-traumatic stress disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, family therapy, and early childhood education. Presently residing in Ohio, he functions as a licensed independent marriage and family therapist in private practice and as a pastoral counselor with the Unitarian Fellowship for World Peace. A minister at the Dayton Compassion Church (Methodist) and a regular supporter and donator to other houses of faith, Will Mosier combines his formal education and training in theology and psychiatry to assist his community.
Demonstrating extensive training and education, Will Mosier is a nationally certified psychologist and has been recognized as a Nationally Certified Chaplain by the Academy of Certified Chaplains and as a Diplomate in Child Psychology by the American Board of Psychological Specialties, the American Board of Forensic Medicine, College of Forensic Examiners International, the National Board of Addiction Examiners, and the American Board of Medical Psychotherapists and Psychodiagnosticians.
In 2008, Will Mosier partnered with Indo-American Books to publish his book, Loving as a Verb: A Guide to Building a Healthy Relationship, which explores the many significant facets of maintaining a happy and healthy marriage. He has authored numerous articles discussing marital intimacy, the importance of communication, flexibility, and empathy in human relations. In 2005, Will Mosier edited Exploring Emotional Intelligence with Young Children: an Annotated Bibliography of Books about Feelings; his work regarding child development has been featured in numerous scholarly journals.
Additionally, Will Mosier has been an associate professor of early childhood education and educational psychology in the College of Education and Human Services to Wright State University in Dayton, OH for over nine years. Besides his extensive background in education and mental health, Will Mosier served 20 years with the U. S. Military achieving the distinction of Liaison Officer for the U.S. Air Force Academy and International Health Specialist for humanitarian assistance missions at the rank of Lt. Colonel in the Biomedical Science Corps.
Will Mosier - Professional Experience:
Wright State University
Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education and Educational Psychology
2002 - Present
Will Mosier - Education:
University of Southern California
1987 – 1987
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