Tina Russell-Brown, Ph.D.

ACADEMIC AREAS OF INTEREST

Intergroup dialogue and the mental health care of BIPOC.

PERSONAL AREAS OF INTEREST

College basketball, live performance, crime tv & movies, singing, dancing, traveling, Delta Sigma Theta sorority, Jack and Jill of America.

BIOGRAPHY

Tina Russell-Brown is an assistant professor of practice in Graduate Psychology with 11+ years of post-doctoral teaching, clinical supervision, and direct care.  Dr. Russell-Brown is trained in psychodynamic and brief counseling, assessment in forensic settings, and group therapies. Her current research focuses on topics related to intergroup dialogue at Chatham University.  She has taught Human Development Across the Lifespan, Theories and Techniques of Counseling, Psychopathology and Resilience, Assessment, Psychodiagnostics and Practicum. Currently, she is serving as a co-faculty advisor for the Graduate Student Advisory Council and supports the counseling psychology graduate students from the black diaspora.  Her husband, two daughters and dog are the center of her world and have “provided me with a lot of training over the years!”. She enjoys activities that are restorative such as watching crime movies, communing with nature, singing, dancing, and attending live performances.

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D., Howard University (Washington, D.C.)
  • M.S.Ed., Old Dominion University (Norfolk, VA)

PUBLICATION