Brinell Anderson, PsyD completed her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at George Fox University. Her graduate training incorporated working with African-American clients and integrating psychology and spirituality in psychotherapy. Her pre-doctoral internship at USC Student Counseling Services (UPC) focused on work with college students. Finally, Anderson completed her post-doctoral training in health psychology with a focus in HIV mental health at Harbor-UCLA medical center.
She is a licensed psychologist. Her professional interests and experience include psychoanalytic psychotherapy, collective trauma and historical harms, mindfulness meditation, the psychological impact of chronic medical disease, psychotherapy with African-descended persons, and spiritual issues in psychotherapy. Anderson has also been trained as a facilitator of Emotional Emancipation Circles for people of African-descent to address the impact of internalized oppression. Her wellness tip is to honor your limitations.
Her pronouns are she, her, hers.