Eric Montrece Brown, PhD
Assistant Professor
Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine

PhD, Old Dominion University

Dr. Brown is a Counselor Educator and core faculty within the Mental Health Counseling and Behavioral Medicine Program here at the Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine. Before coming to Boston, he was an Assistant Professor in the Counseling and Special Education department at DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois. For the past 12 years, he has worked in various clinical settings such as a level one trauma hospital, a community mental health counseling center, and a private practice.

He is currently a member of the American Counseling Association, International Association for Resilience and Trauma Counseling, and the Association for Counselor Education & Supervision. Dr. Brown’s service to the community has been focused on consultation and training in areas related to the mental health development of marginalized populations. He routinely presents to schools, adolescent community development organizations, and churches on topics related to trauma and trauma-informed care.

Assistant Professor
Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine, Graduate Medical Sciences
Mental Health Counseling & Behavioral Medicine Program

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  1. Brown EM, Carlisle KL, Burgess M, Clark J, Hutcheon A. Adverse and positive childhood experiences of clinical mental health counselors as predictors of compassion satisfaction, burnout, and secondary traumatic stress. The Professional Counselor. 2022; 1(12):49-64. View Publication
  2. Brown EM, Baraka M. Teaching career counseling as a pathway for justice and advocacy work. Counselor Education and Supervision. 2022; 1(61):47-58. View Publication
  3. Brown EM, Liu T, Baraka M, Yeboah M, Fang T, Chang J, Huang L, Fu R, Wong S, Jones D. Survival strategies of Asian and Black faculty who teach multicultural competence courses. Training and Education in Professional Psychology. 2022. View Publication
  4. DeBlaere C, Green CE, Brown EM, Dwiwardani C, Owen J, Hook JN, Davis Don E. Mindfulness and Christians of color: Themes and recommendations. Journal of Psychology and Christianity. 2021; 2(40):153-159.
  5. Brown, EM. Commentary: Mindfulness interventions in the Black community. Journal of Psychology and Christianity. 2021; 2(40):43-44.
  6. McConnell JM, Liu T, Brown EM, Fort CJ, Azcuna DR, Tabiolo CAM, Kibble CDM, Winslow AB. The Multicultural Peace and Justice Collaborative: Critical peace education in a research training environment. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology. 2021; 2(27):191-202. View Publication
  7. Brown EM, Grothaus T. Interracial Trust Between Black Doctoral Student Proteges and White Mentors. International Journal of Multicultural Education. 2021; 2(23):80-87. View Publication
  8. McConnell JM, Bacote V, Davis EB, Brown EM, Fort CJ, Liu T, Worthington EL Jr., Hook JN, Davis DE. Including multiculturalism, social justice, and peace within the integration of psychology and theology: Barriers and a call to action. Journal of Psychology and Theology. 2021; 1(49):5-21. View Publication
  9. Brown EM, Ramrakhiani SH, Tate K. Not a problem to be fixed: Narratives of first-generation college graduates who are currently working in higher education. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development. 2020; 4(48):243-246. View Publication
  10. Kalkbrenner M, Brown EM, Carlisle K, Carlisle R. Utility of the REDFLAGS model for supporting community college student mental health: Implications for counselors. Journal of Counseling and Development. 2019; (97):417-426. View Publication
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