College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
School of Counseling
M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Dr. Bruneau has been teaching at Walden University since 2019. She completed her doctorate degree in Counselor Education and Supervision at Kent State University and holds licenses both as a Professional Counselor and a School Counselor in the state of Colorado.
PhD, Kent State University - Kent, OH United States
Johnson, A. M., Bruneau, L. S. (2019). Caring for and About Dogs: Animal Welfare Considerations
Bruneau, L. S., Pehrsson, D. (2017). Read two books and call me next week: maximizing the book selection process in therapeutic reading Journal of Poetry Therapy
Bruneau, L. S., Pehrsson, D. (2014). The process of therapeutic reading: Opening doors for counselor development Journal of Creativity in Mental Health
Bruneau, L. S., Bubenzer, D. L., McGlothlin, J. M. (2010). Revisioning the Self: A Phenomenological Investigation Into Self-Help Reading The Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Education and Development
Stewart, L. A., Bruneau, L. S., Elliott, A. (2016). The role of animal-assisted interventions in addressing trauma-informed care ACA Vistas, Spring
Bruneau, L. (2018). Canine-assisted reading programs for improving literacy skills
Stewart, L., Johnson, A., Bruneau, L., Couch, C. (2019). Essential provider competencies in animal-assisted interventions in mental health.
Givens, J., Bruneau, L. (2018). The art of the argument: Infusing rhetoric and logic in the dissertation process.
Johnson, A., Bruneau, L., Taylor, C. (2018). Maintaining animal welfare in AAIs: Could you be harming your co-therapist?