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Griffin, E. (March, 2019). Psychosocial techniques used in the classroom to captivate non-traditional community college students. Community College Journal of Research and Practice. doi.10.1080/10668926.2019.1590252 

This article describes specific psychosocial techniques that aided in enhanced learning and positive student academic outcomes. The psychosocial techniques included principals of clinical psychology with an integration of pedagogical and andragogical research tactics and coined by the current author, the Cultural Empowerment Teaching Andragogy. Techniques used included cognitive empowerment, collaborative learning exercises, and testing of the student limits to guide mastery of material. This process also aided in empowering them on their overall academic journey. Specific student accomplishments included increased assignment grades by one grade, improved articulation of classroom material, increased confidence in independent oral responses, and increased self-esteem as a college student and developing career professional.

Griffin, E. (May, 2016). The Benefits of Multicultural Eclectic Service Delivery. S. Cockerham (Ed). Paper presentation at the National Organization of Human Service National Conference (NOHS), Charlotte, NC. Retrieved from https://www.nationalhumanservices.org/assets/documents/nohs%202015%20conference%20proceedings%205.31.pdf


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My Recent Audio Recordings

Still Standing, November 2018 Community Audio Message by Dr Eugena K Griffin

Dr. Eugena Griffin continues to write and record short audio inspirational messages to Educate, Encourage, and Empower communities of color. She is a Licensed Psychologist, Professor, Author, and Speaker. She has authored three books to date, including an e-book. Her book titles, 'Letters to the Black Community' (now in e-book format) and 'The Steps I Took' remain available via amazon.com, www.tx4creatingchange.com, and barnesandnoble.com (e-book). "Still Standing" provides inspiration for those of us who continue to be marginalized, discriminated against, and disenfranchised by the structures of racism. Please feel free to share this audio message with your contacts.

Black Women, We Are Queens!

(Excerpt, "Letters to the Black Community")

Listen to this 5 minute audio from Dr. Eugena Griffin; a message to Encourage, Empower, and Enlighten women in honor of Women's Month, March 2018. Dr. Griffin is a member of the New York City community and serves as a Licensed Psychologist, Educator, and Author. To date, she has authored two books, "Letters to the Black Community" and "The Steps I Took". Hard copies of her books can be purchased via Amazon.com or www.tx4creatingchange.com Her book titled, "Letters to the Black Community" can also be purchased as an E-book via several retailers, including Barnes & Noble.com; bol.com; kobo.com; Completebook.com Please share the audio message with youth and adults...It is time for us as Blacks to resume our rightful place of GREATNESS.

"Take A Chance"- A Black History Audio Message, Feb 2018 (Book, "Letters to the Black Community")

Listen to this 7 minute audio from Dr. Eugena Griffin; a message aimed to Encourage, Empower, and Enlighten the community in honor of Black History Month, February 2018. Dr. Griffin is a member of the New York City community and serves as a Licensed Psychologist, Educator, and Author. To date, she has authored two books, "Letters to the Black Community" and "The Steps I Took". Hard copies of her books can be purchased via Amazon.com or www.tx4creatingchange.com Her book titled, "Letters to the Black Community" can also be purchased as an E-book via several retailers, including Barnes & Noble.com; bol.com; kobo.com; Completebook.com Please share the audio message with youth and adults...It is time for us as Blacks to resume our rightful place of GREATNESS.




Some Food For Thought

It's Ok to Seek Mental Health Services

Dr. Griffin talks about the positives of mental health. May 25, 2018

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In 2018, 47,000 people have committed suicide. The holiday season onsets so many different emotions. Thus, it is important to share and check in with family, friends, and our seniors during the holiday season.