Brian is a doctoral candidate in the Counselor Education & Supervision program at the College of William & Mary. Brian's clinical and research interests include the role of family in behavior change, the study and application of the theory of interectionality, and mindfulness-based counseling. Prior to coming to William & Mary, Brian finished his Ed.S at the University of South Carolina in 2011. Since graduating, Brian has worked domestically and internationally as a counselor, providing family and individual counseling services in a variety of settings. Currently, Brian works as a supervisor, counselor, and researcher in a number of grant-funded organizations within university and community contexts.