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Tim Jackson Jr. Interviews Dr. David L. Mount

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Don't miss Tim Jackson, Jr. talks to Dr. David L. Mount about his new book "Waking Up In College: Have an Inspired Higer Education Experience"

Dr. David L. Mount is a treasured social justice advocate, lecturer, writer,community organizer, team builder, professional speaker, and clinical psychologist with specialties in primary care psychology, medical neuropsychology, and medical rehabilitation psychology. Dr. Mount is a sought-after speaker for national meetings and is a winner of mentoring, teaching, and service awards in the states of Alabama, Georgia, Missouri, and North Carolina. He is well regarded for his work on integrating mind-body mental health and framing health disparities as a human rights campaigner. He was an undergraduate student at Alabama State University where he received his BS in psychology and minor in sociology in 1994. From there, he continued his education at Argosy University where he received his MA in clinical psychology and later accomplished his PsyD in clinical psychology in 2001. From 2001 to 2003, Dr. Mount pursued his residency (clinical neuropsychology, neuro rehabilitation psychology) at the University of Missouri-Columbia. He holds several certificates including North Carolina State Board of Examiners of Practicing Psychologists (board certified health service provider in psychology); American Board of Disability Analysts, disability analyst and fellow; National Academy of Neuropsychology, affiliate level status; behavioral medicine (University of Pittsburgh); chronic disease: a focus on health behavior (University of Pittsburgh); and neuroimaging (University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon).  

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