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Dr. Freyre's vocational journey began as a result of getting hurt while serving in the United States Marine Corps. He was dropped out of a helicopter and the fracture he sustained on his left arm ended his intent to make the Corps a career. He then pursued a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology at Liberty University. In 1985, with his degree in one hand and his wife in the other, they moved to Pennsylvania and began work in Social Services. He worked as a counselor with juvenile delinquents, a caseworker in the assistance office, a vocational rehabilitation counselor with blind and visually impaired individuals, and as a vocational rehabilitation specialist with the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation.
Along the way, he earned a master’s degree in Counseling from Liberty University and started doctoral work at Penn State University. He eventually transferred to Argosy University in Sarasota, Florida, and graduated with a Doctor of Education in Counseling Psychology. He has also completed a Doctorate of Ministries degree at Liberty University with an emphasis in Sociology. Dr. Feyre teaches courses in Psychology, Human Services, and Sociology. His research interests are in multiculturalism.
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