College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
School of Counseling
M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Dr. Brandon Browning was formally trained in Student Affairs and College Counseling and Clinical Mental Health Counseling and has been serving in this field since 2003. He has served as a Licensed Professional Counselor in two states (Idaho and Alabama). He has been a Supervisor, Site Manager, Grant Project Manager, Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program Coordinator, and Practicum and Internship Coordinator in a CACREP accredited program. He has taught many classes in Counselor Education and Supervision but especially enjoys teaching applied courses such as Techniques, Group, Practicum and Internship. He currently teaches Counseling Techniques at Walden University as a Contributing Faculty member.
Dr. Browning's current research interests all relate to wellness/resilience and prevention. He has published several peer reviewed articles related to the transcendent strengths of gratitude, hope and spirituality. He is especially interested in getting counselors to meet with clients early which has led him to be involved in integrated Care. As such he has been a key contributor on three grants focused on integrated care totaling over 8 million dollars. He has presented at state, national and international conferences, has been recognized as counselor of the year in his organization, and received the Emerging Leader Award in Alabama.