French to English translation, academic writing, blog writing, creative writing, copy editing, copywriting, research articles
culture, education, mental health, French language, theology, psychology, social theory, women's issues, LGBTQ+ community, acculturation, wellness, holistic wellness, academia
Loren is preparing to graduate at the top of her class. She has completed coursework in women's empowerment, sexuality and gender minorities, social class issues, multiculturalism, and psychological theory. During her program, she was assessed for academic achievement primarily through writing. She completed a 140 hour clinical practicum and an 840 hour clinical internship, which included writing diagnostic reports, case reports, and professional communications.
Loren's clinical mental health training has emphasized the importance of relationships to wellness and mental health. She has a deep academic as well as experiential knowledge of the importance of relationships, and has honed her own relationship skills, as relationship is the main mechanism of change in therapy. She has studied how to foster healthy relationships and is eager to share her knowledge.
Focused professionally on the importance of spirituality to holistic well-being and mental health. Chronicled her own journey of spiritual and religious belonging in a personal blog that addresses the application of theology and spirituality to her own life as a young woman in America. Currently editing an academic article for a journal of feminist theology.
Loren completed coursework on women's issues and women's empowerment, especially as these topics relate to mental health and social advocacy. She has multiple pieces ranging from the personal to the academic that focused on women's unique experience, and the intersection of gender with other identities. She is currently working as a copy editor for an academic article to be published in a journal of feminist theology.
Loren is chronicling her personal journey of spiritual and religious belonging on her own blog. She uses her unique vantage point as a 20-something, female convert to Catholicism to explore the importance of belonging to a spiritual home while remaining true to one's own experience in the world and personal identity. She tackles theological concepts often felt to be too heady and inaccessible to lay people in order to present them in a simple, engaging way.