Robert Brady, Ed.D., is a consulting psychologist in private practice and professor emeritus of Counselor Education in the Graduate College of Siena Heights University, Adrian, Michigan, where he has taught and mentored students for more than 35 years.
As a clinician he has experience in relationships, career life, and health issues with individuals and families in independent practice, hospital, family clinic, school, and agency settings.
As an educator he has held faculty appointments at the University of Cincinnati, The University of Toledo, and Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine. He has been active in training counselors, teachers, nurses, and physicians.
Brady's specialties include vocational testing, neuropsychological evaluation, rehabilitation consultation, developmental disabilities, and individual and group psychotherapy. He earned his doctorate in Counseling and Educational Psychology from the University of Cincinnati in 1971.
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