Universidad del Sagrado Corazón


Teresa Gracia Agenjo, Ph.D.

Professor | Psychology

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Dr. Teresa Gracia Agenjo has a doctorate in Community Social Psychology and a master’s degree in Social Work, both from the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus. Currently, she works as an associate professor in the Department of Natural Sciences at Universidad del Sagrado Corazón, where she teaches courses in the area of psychology and sociology. For 20 years, she served as deputy director of the Center for Personal Development in Sagrado, where she developed and coordinated various institutional projects aimed at universities, schools and communities, in the areas of education, prevention of substances, violence, student leadership, professional development for teachers ) and directors, among others.

She also works as a professor in the Psychology program and in the Master’s degree in Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination Processes at the University. She collaborated as an advisor to the Institute of Educational Policy for Community Development (IPEDCO). She also served as an advisor in the area of youth mobilization and leadership of the Auxiliary Administration for Prevention and Promotion of the Mental Health and Addiction Administration, as well as an advisor and evaluator of proposals for the Puerto Rico State Incentive Grant, of said Management. She has collaborated as an advisor, group facilitator, workshop facilitator and trainer in Programs of the University of Puerto Rico and non-profit organizations.

She is an advisor, trainer, evaluator of proposals and facilitator of groups from various organizations in Puerto Rico in areas related to the prevention of social problems, organizational development, gender violence, projects to improve teaching, learning communities, conflict management. , evaluation of scientifically based programs, development of proposals, among others.

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