Tom J. Brian, Ed.D.
Director of Counseling & Psychological ServicesAdjunct Associate Professor of PsychologyClinical Practicum CoordinatorAlexander Health Center
Dr. Brian is a licensed psychologist and the Director of the Counseling and Psychological Services Center, which offers a broad range of professional, educational, and clinical services to all University of Tulsa students, faculty, and staff.
Education and Degrees Earned
- Doctor of Education, Vanderbilt University, Peabody College,
Psychology & Human Development, combined
- 1983 Doctor of Education, Vanderbilt University, Peabody College, Depart of Psychology and Human Development (Combined Counseling and Clinical program), Nashville, Tennessee. Advisor: Raymond Winbush, Ph.D.
- 1975 Master of Arts, Counseling (psychology & mental health) Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia.
- 1973 Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, David Lipscomb College, Nashville, Tennessee.
Areas of Research Focus
- Research in graduate school on treatment outcome evaluation for substance abuse and psychotherapy, including reference to potential harm.
- Doctoral dissertation comparing psychological treatments for substance use disorders with attention to developmental maturity measures.
Previous Teaching Experience
- Clinical Psychopharmacology, Oklahoma State University
- Health Psychology, University of Notre Dame
- Educational Psychology, Southern Illinois University
Previous Relevant Work Experience
- Resident Internship in Psychology: Indiana University Health
- Substance use/abuse specialist, adjunct professor of applied behavioral studies, Oklahoma State University
- Staff Psychologist, University of Illinois Health Sciences
- Staff Psychologist, Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychology, substance use specialist, sports consultant, University of Notre Dame
- Biostatistician, Center for Health Statistics, Tennessee Department of Public Health
- American Psychological Association, Divisions 17, 12 (Section 8), 20, 29, 38, 50
- Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy
- Oklahoma Psychological Association