Dr. Luz D. Dejesus-Montás is a Clinical psychotherapist, at the Membership Therapy Center (MTC), an institution founded and formed by the administration of the Revelation 3:20 Missionary Ministry and Biblical Teachings, Inc. where she serves as pastor. For approximately 10 years, Dr. Dejesus-Montás has been working with and has extensive experience dealing with the counseling and management of cases involving Substance Abuse, Marriage and Family therapy, and Children at risk. In 2009, she became an active Chaplain of the Federal Police Chaplains, Inc. whose main chapter is in Arecibo, Puerto Rico. Dr. Dejesus-Montás has worked with the South Florida community as Christian Counselor, Educator and a FEMA Disaster Relief Agent alongside other national organizations.
Dr. Luz D. Dejesus-Montás has received numerous accolades and letters of recommendation from dignitaries for her work and positive impact in the community of South Florida. She is also an ordained minister in the State of Florida at Revelation 3:20 Missionary Ministry and Biblical Teachings, Inc., presided by her husband as Senior Pastor. Dr. Dejesus-Montás is part of the pioneering administrators and faculty of the Revelation 3:20 Theological University and Revelation School of Florida, located in the heart of Cutler Bay, FL.
Having obtained a Master of Science Degree with a focus on Education and Mental Health from Carlos Albizu University in 2005, Dr. Dejesus-Montás is instrumental in family counseling services and education among both youth and adults. She currently holds a Master Degree in Guidance Counselor from the Ana G. Mendez Universidad of Puerto Rico, and is a member of the Ph.D. Program at Grand Canyon University, where she successfully completed 24 credits in Behavioral Health. As a graduate of the Faith Theological Seminary & Christian College, Dr. Dejesus-Montás obtained a Ph.D. in Philosophy and Christian Counseling.
Future goals for Dr. Luz D. Dejesus-Montás include, but are not limited to, extending the High School Diploma program to include the whole line of K-12 instruction and furthering her education to become a paralegal.
Plan, direct, coordinate academic, administrative, and auxiliary activities of private elementary and secondary level school K-to 12 Grade. Enforce discipline and attendance rules. Confer with parents and staff to discuss educational activities, policies, and student behavioral or learning problems. Observe teaching methods and examine learning materials to evaluate and standardize curricula and teaching techniques, and to determine areas where improvement is needed. Collaborate with teachers to develop and maintain curriculum standards, develop mission statements, and set performance goals and objectives, particular programs across school districts, such as programs to evaluate and achieve our scholastic goals. Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems in our school in order to maintain stability.
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