Brittany Beasley

  • Assistant Teaching Professor

Areas of Expertise

  • Applied clinical training and supervision
  • Mental health of African American college students
  • Multicultural counseling

Bio

Dr. Beasley is a counseling psychologist who teaches practicum and counseling psychology courses in the Education, School, and Counseling Psychology department. Her areas of interest include applied clinical training and supervision, multicultural counseling, Black racial identity development, mental health of students of color with particular emphasis on African American college students, and mental well-being of student activists.

Dr. Beasley earned her PhD in Counseling Psychology from Southern Illinois University. She most recently worked as a staff psychologist and multicultural coordinator at University of Southern California. She previously worked as group coordinator and staff psychologist, with a specialty in serving students of African descent, at the Claremont Colleges. Dr. Beasley specializes in multicultural counseling and has experience facilitating women of color groups on college campuses as well as providing outreach on diversity, mental health and well-being, and healthy relationships.