Dusten completed coursework to earn a certificate in International Studies through IU. Dusten has clients who call from over 15 different countries, so his education helps with both cultural and language barriers.
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Dusten was a graduate teaching assistant for WMU’s Christianity 2050 course and Religion 3190 course. Dr. Visscher was Dusten’s favorite teacher to work with in the Comparative Religion Department, if you want something done fast and efficiently contact Dr. V!
Dusten was sponsored to study abroad at the Arthur Findlay College, the world’s foremost institution for Psychic Science and Mediumship. Dusten’s Mediumship Family Tree stems from England. Glyn Edwards was both Dusten’s and John’s (Dusten’s primary mentor) tutor.
Dusten is one of the committee members and presenters for the SOCACT Project (Social Action Project) which promotes different people’s spiritual and cultural traditions. This is the first of many events that hopes to educate the public and inspire social action among attendees!
Dusten earned his certificate in Basic Applied Behavior Analysis through IU. Dusten uses his training in behaviorism when working with clients.