Trinity Bryant
CMCI Embedded Therapist
CMCI Staff

Trinity Bryant, PsyD (she/her/hers) joins the College of Media, Communication and Information as an embedded therapist for Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS). She recently completed her postdoctoral fellowship at CU Boulder which is the third university system that she has worked in. Trinity enjoys providing individual and group therapy, supervising trainees and connecting with other university departments outside CAPS. Her integrative approach to therapy is informed by person-centered and feminist theories, which emphasize empowerment, self-exploration and understanding, and the role that identity, personal history and systemic contexts play in a person’s unique experiences.

As an embedded therapist, Trinity will be available to meet with CMCI students for therapy appointments and for drop-in CMCI Let’s Talk sessions. (For fall 2022: Tuesdays between noon and 1 p.m. in the CMCI Advising Center, Folsom Field). Trinity will also collaborate with staff and faculty to help support mental health awareness in the CMCI community.

Students: if you have requests for interviews, see this website for more information. Please note, we may not be able to accommodate requests with less than a two-week notice. 

Faculty, Staff, and Student-led organizations can request a presentation by Trinity, Jennifer Kovarik (embedded health promotion member), and Anna Polovin (embedded Office of Victim Assistance member) via the Request a Program or Presentation website. Please note, we may not be able to accommodate requests with less than a two-week notice.