Mar | 2012
Research Abstract Submitted Examining Moral Resilience
Research Intern Ms. Samantha Toale alongside Dr. Brunner submitted an abstract entitled “Factors Correlated with Moral Resilience in Youths at Risk of Criminality” to the Prevention in Counseling Psychology: Theory, Research, Practice Journal which is the quarterly journal for the Prevention Psychology Division of the American Psychology Association. Congratulations Ms. Toale!
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Meet the Behavioral Science Expert:Dr. Thomas Brunner is a Tucson, Arizona based behavioral scientist who serves in diverse roles including counselor, therapist, and organizational consultant. He is a thought leader and innovator in his field and was awarded the Early Career Psychologist Award by the Arizona Psychological Foundation. He is the senior author of a behavioral science tool now adapted into 7 languages around the world. He is the senior author of numerous book chapters/scientific journal articles, and is a speaker at local and national conferences. As a PhD Board Licensed Psychologist, Dr. Brunner has served as an expert witness in the legal arena and has been consulted by local and nationwide organizations such as the Discovery Channel. Dr. Brunner’s “Good to Great” blog has gone viral and is spreading like wildfire! Dr. Brunner is the founder of a non-profit organization which is designed to help youth develop leadership character (Learn More). If you want to read his bio, click here, see his resume, click here or to review his recent blogs, click here.