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David Netz, M.S.

David Netz is a current doctoral student in clinical psychology at Regent University and serves as a member of the core team of the Abundant Life Flourishing Program. His research focus draws from interdisciplinary domains. His research into human flourishing broadly incorporates Christian integration, neuroscience, and lifestyle factors. David is also seeks to apply research into flourishing within organizational and educational contexts. Additionally, David participates in research of mindfulness techniques through the Society for Christian-Accommodative Treatments and Protocols at Regent University.

Prior to his doctoral studies, David worked in roles within Christian secondary education and higher education. Most recently, he served as the director of the Ally Center at Lancaster Bible College which supported students through academic mentoring, writing, and disability services. In that role, David taught skills related to thriving in college and developed resources to encourage student success in an educational setting. David earned a Master of Science in Psychology with a concentration in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Regent University and a Bachelor of Science in Biology Education from Bob Jones University.


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