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Concrete Wall

Teaching Philosophy

My teaching philosophy is to provide a fun learning experience and teach my students to serve their family, community and the world.

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About Professor π

Parsa Peykar, known as Professor π, is an adjunct professor at Pepperdine University's Graduate School of Psychology in California. He received his master’s degree in clinical psychology with an emphasis in marriage and family therapy while having his bachelor from UCLA and in process of receiving his doctorate in Industrial and Organizational Psychology .


He is the founder of Freedom in the Cage Foundation, a nonprofit organization that is designed to heal, empower, and inspire inmates through art therapy, coaching, and talent development. Believing that every human being is a treasure, Peykar created a formula called Inter-Are Triangle (IAT) to develop one’s vision, career goals, and potential. IAT has been taught and applied at Los Angeles County Jail, Pepperdine University Graduate School of Psychology and Education’s Career Services and to individuals from different career paths such as art, business, and leadership.


Peykar is also a published author, having his latest book, The Bird from the Kingdom of Heaven, translated and publish in Iran while writing articles for Medium.

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