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PhD • Postdoctoral Psychology Fellow, Crisis/Triage Track

JB is excited to be continuing at CAPS as a psychology postdoctoral fellow after completing his predoctoral internship here at CU Boulder. He is originally from Virginia and completed his graduate studies at Auburn University. In his clinical practice thus far, he has worked in university counseling centers, community mental health, a health and wellness office, and a private practice. He has worked with clients ranging in age from 5 to 75 years, and especially loves working with college and graduate students. JB takes an emotion-focused approach in therapy while using a multicultural and strengths-based lens to best fit the needs of each individual client. He strongly values the therapeutic relationship, and intentionally works to create an authentic and meaningful relationship with each student he meets.

When he is not working, JB likes to spend time outside with friends, play soccer, and stay up to date on the latest Marvel movie/tv show.

Pronouns: he/him/his

Education

  • PhD: Counseling Psychology, Auburn University
  • MA: Counseling Psychology, Auburn University
  • BS: Psychology, Presbyterian College

Areas of Interest

Identity development, gender identity, multicultural concerns, sex & sexuality, men's concerns, mindfulness, substance use concerns, social justice and advocacy, group therapy, supervision and training.