Dr. Carol Langlois

Biography

Dr Carol is a former University Associate Provost and Dean, trained therapist, researcher, educational consultant and writer. During her training, she counseled hundreds of clients in one-on-one sessions as well as in group settings where her work was with college freshman dealing with transitional and developmental issues on campus. Her primary research focus is female self-esteem development among teens. Her dissertation topic “The effects of single gender versus coeducational environments on the self-esteem development and academic competence of high school females” focused on 15 year old girls in the Bay Area where her research findings showed disturbingly low levels of self-esteem across the board. This staggering discovery has led her to further research this topic. She is working on her first book called Girrl Up! Full E-steem Ahead, which is a compilation of interviews with teens girls on the topic of self-esteem while offering an effective and practical system designed to RAISE (Resilience, Attitude, Independence, Self-Respect and Empowerment) teen self-esteem.

Presently, she hosts a blog (http://dr-carol.com) to offer practical advise and guidance on self-esteem issues as a tool for parents and teens. She also tweets articles, tips and blog posts related to self-esteem under the name SelfEsteemDean http://twitter.com/selfesteemdean. Dr Carol can also be found on Facebook @ https://facebook.com/selfesteemcoach and on Linkedin http://linkedin.com/in/drclanglois.

Education
Doctorate in Education from the University of San Francisco
Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Fairfield University
Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Salem State College

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Books

The Effects of Single Gender Versus Coeducational Environments on the Self-Esteem Development and Academic Competence of High School Females
By Dr. Carol Langlois
You set the price! Words: 23,990. Language: English. Published: January 14, 2012. Category: Nonfiction
The topic of coeducational versus single gender education has created much discussion and controversy through the years. When looking for environmental benefits for the growth of positive self-esteem development, there has not been a definitive answer to the coeducational versus single gender question. Is one academically superior over the other, when looking at self-esteem development?

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