Brinell Anderson, PsyD

Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Associate Professor of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Keck School of Medicine of USC

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.