- Teaches students:
- Ages 18+
- Teaching since:
- September 2005
My name is Agustín (Auggie) and I'm registered as Community Health Worker at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. I'm very enthusiastic about helping you to learn about health and patient advocacy.
I'm currently offering two related subjects in this platform:
1. Spanish Language for Healthcare Providers and Health Administrators
2. Health Coaching (and Patient Advocacy) for Individuals and Caregivers
My professional training in healthcare started at Harvard University by studying Spanish Language. This education in combination with other requirements allowed me to successfully apply for the National Board of Certification for Medical Interpreters. If you are either a healthcare provider or a health administrator seeking to improve your cultural competencies by learning Spanish language, then rest assured that the level of command I exercise over that language will help you to become clinically accurate and socially welcoming.
I'll be graduating from the Patient Advocacy post-baccalaureate certification program offered by UCLA in 2019. If you are a caregiver requiring information to support a loved one; if you are suffering a specific condition that requires a positive health-related behavior change; if you need to know how to handle the logistics of the healthcare system; then you may find very beneficial my instruction.
I have worked for over two decades in settings that include clinical, community and faith-based organizations and I'm ready to work one-on-one with you.
Thank you, Agustín
Providing patient advocacy for seniors
Teaching the poetry of the "Golden Age" Spanish mystics in both English and Spanish
Register as a Community Health Worker
Demonstration of appreciation for culture and leadership in prayer.
Peer Supervision in the practice of Spiritual Companioning and Guided Retreat.
From April 2003 to June 2004
Introduction to the practice of spiritual exercises
Introduction to the practice of spiritual companionship
Introduction to the 19th Annotation, Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius