Dr. Danice L. Brown
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Education: Ph.D., 2008
The Ohio State University
About Dr. Brown
Danice L. Brown received her Ph.D in Counseling Psychology from The Ohio State University in 2008. Her graduate training included a year-long APA approved predoctoral internship at the University of Illinois at Chicago Counseling Center. She is currently a professor in the Clinical Adult Psychology Graduate Program at SIUE. Dr. Brown is currently teaching undergraduate courses in multicultural psychology and careers in psychology. Her research interests include African American resiliency, racial socialization, racial discrimination, and multicultural issues in psychotherapy and higher education. Her work has been published in the Journal of Black Psychology and Children and Youth Services Review and has been presented at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association and the Winter Round Table at Teachers College, Columbia University.
Dr. Brown is available to mentor students interested in careers in Counseling Psychology and Clinical Psychology.
- Brown, D. L., Jewell, J., Stevens, A. L., Crawford, J. D., & Thompson, R. (2012). Suicidal Risk in an Adolescent Residential Treatment Population: Being Female Is More Important Than A Depression Diagnosis. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 21, 359-367.
- Brown, D. L. & Pomerantz, A. (2011). Multicultural incompetence and other unethical behaviors: Perceptions of therapist practices. Ethics and Behavior, 21, 498-508.
- Brown, D. L., Griffin-Fennell, F., & Johnson, R. W. (2011). Women's mental health: Considering multiple dimensions of social identity and diversity. In Lundberg-Love, P., Nadal, K. L., & Paludi, M. A. (Eds.) Women and Mental Disorders. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Publishers.
- Brown, D. L. & Tylka, T. (2011). Racial discrimination and resilience in African American young adults: Examining racial socialization as a moderator. Journal of Black Psychology, 37, 259-285.
- Jewell, J. D., Brown, D. L., Smith, G., & Thompson, R. (2010). Examining the influence of caregiver ethnicity on youth placed in out of home care: Ethnicity matters - for some. Children and Youth Services Review, 10.
- Brown, D. (2008). African American resiliency: Examining racial socialization and social support as protective factors. Journal of Black Psychology, 34, 32-48.