Brad M. Brunick, Psy.D.
Adjunct faculty, Counseling Psychology Program (Division of Quantitative & Psychological Foundations)
2005 - Minnesota School of Professional Psychology, Clinical Psychology
Multicultural Interests: I pay close attention to the impact of systems of oppression around aspects of intersecting human diversity such as race, social glass, ability, sexual, gender, neurodiversity, ethnic identity, etc. as these are, in my opinion, best attended to as problems in the world that impact individuals rather than individuals mental health problems. I am deeply invested in social justice and targeting systemic and organizational changes that lead to social equity. I am also a campus Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) trainer and a member of the National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI) UI campus affiliate. Additionally, I have specific interests in sexual orientation and gender identity development and participate on the Trans Resource Alliance (TRA) group hosted by the Rape Victim Advocacy Program (RVAP). I deeply enjoy my work with the campus cultural.
Outreach Interests : I like to provide outreach programs on UCS services, social justice/advocacy, mindfulness meditation, student mental health/wellness issues, and study skills.
Professional Affiliations: I am a member of the fellow of the American Psychological Association and a member of the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology.