ANTHONY HENDRIX, Ed.D.
Master of Divinity in Pastoral Ministries and Counseling
New Orleans Baptist TheologicalSeminary, 1984
New Orleans, La.
Doctor of Education in Psychology and Counseling
New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary; 1988
Graduate work in Psychology and Education, 1981-1982.
Clinical Education - 128 Basic Hours in Clinical Pastoral Training
Southeast Louisiana Hospital, 1983-1984
Clinical Education - 128 Basic Hours in Clinical
Brantley Baptist Center, 1984-1985.
Accounts Payable Clerk,
Americus, Ga., 1975-1978.
Accounts Payable Supervisor
Americus, Ga., 1978-1981.
New Orleans, La., 1982-1986.
Alcohol and Drug Counselor Intern with Home Mission Board
Brantley Baptist Center
New Orleans, La.
Completed two year internship program, 1984-1986.
Hawthorne, Ala., 1986-1988.
Waycross, Ga., 1988-1989.
I teach the following courses:
Psychology 1101 - Introduction to Psychology
Psychology 2103 - Human Growth & Development
Psychology 2101 - Psychology of Adjustment
Sociology 1101 - Introduction to Sociology
Sociology 1160 - Social Problems
Sociology 2293 - Marriage and Family
Sociology 2501 - Multiple Aspect of Diversity
EXPERIENCE Department Head of Natural and Social Sciences
Waycross, Ga., 1998-2000
Division Chair of Natural and Social
American Psychological Association, Member, 1994-Present
Division Two of the APA, the Teaching of Psychology, 1994-Present
Southeast Georgia Mental Health Association,
Vice-president, President, 1990-1991
Kiwanis Club of Waycross, 1997-Present
Phi Kappa International Honor Society, Honorary
"Success," Jesup Press-Sentinel,
"Seeking Counseling Can Change Miserable Feelings to Happiness,"
"Helping Teachers Overcome Discouragement in Teaching
Sunday School," The Sunday School Leader, 1998.
Connecting Teachers and Technology Grant from the Board
of Regents, 1995.
Course Development Grant, 1996.
Teaching and Learning Grant Proposal Reviewer, 1998.
"Faulkner and His Places,” Faulkner
Psychology of Religion
Marriage and Family
Creative Writing as Therapy
Recording Real Life Stories
"Step-Parenting: When Two Families Become One,"
"Parent-Teen Relationships," an eight week training course given
every Sunday evening at First Baptist,
"WiseCounsel: Skills for Lay Counseling," a thirteen week
training course given every Sunday evening at First
Baptist, Waycross, Ga.; 1988.
"The Use of Technology in the Classroom," Fall Faculty Workshop,
"Sociology 201 - A Video Course," Fall Faculty Workshop,
"Using PowerPoint," faculty workshop given two separate
"Teaching and Learning With a Computer in a Multimedia Classroom,"
Ninth Southeastern Conference on the Teaching of
"Myths and Realities of Family Types According to Systems
Theories," statewide GSAMS presentation for the 1998 Phi
Theta Kappa International Honors Study topic, "Family:
Myth, Metaphor and Reality;" Waycross College;
"PowerPoint I," Fall Faculty Workshop, Waycross College;
"Real Security," keynote address given to Pleasant Valley
Baptist Church's Sunday School Worker's Annual
Appreciation Banquet, September, 1998.
"His Place - Our Place," Faulkner and His Places, Faulkner
Humanities Council and
"Retirement Adjustment," Retirement Planning Workshop for
State of Georgia Employees, Okefenokee Technical Institute;
"Web Page Design," Faculty Workshop,
“The Value of Friendship,” Presentation for the Phi Theta Kappa Campus Week
"Stress Management,” Kiwanis Club of
"Stress and Time Management," Fall Faculty Workshop, Waycross College; August, 2005.
"Love and Romance," Kiwanis Club of Waycross, February 2008.