Phillip D. Rash
Phillip D. Rash is a psychologist and associate clinical professor. He currently serves as director of First-Year Mentoring and assistant dean of Undergraduate Education at BYU. He received a PhD in counseling psychology, a master's degree in counseling and guidance, and a bachelor's degree in history teaching from BYU. Rash has worked as a high school guidance counselor, a therapist, an academic and career counselor, and as manager of BYU's Career and Academic Success Center. He has taught courses mainly in the area of learning skills and career decision-making. He has presented at several professional conferences both nationally and internationally.
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- Becoming a Master Student: Implementing Effective Learning Strategies with a Gospel Perspective
- Time Management and Learning to Make the Most of Procrastination
- Helping Students and Parents Transition from High School to College
- Body Image Disorders in College-Age Males
- Stress Reduction and Relaxation