Breezie J. Gibson, Ph.D.
Assistant professor of psychology
Office : LBC 303
Location: 801 National Road
Richmond, Indiana 47374
I am a counseling psychologist who specializes in race, ethnicity and other issues of diversity. I teach from a sociocultural decolonized lens, and I teach at Earlham because of the emphasis on faculty-student mentorship and quality teaching.
- Western Michigan University, Ph.D.
- University of Missouri-Kansas City, M.A.
- University of Toledo, B.A.
- American Psychological Association (Division 17: Society for Counseling Psychology; Division 44: Society for the Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity; Division 45: Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity and Race)
- Association of Black Psychologists
My research interests include racial identity, ethnic identity, Black immigrants, generational conflicts in immigrant families, acculturation and LGBTQ issues. Other research interests include deconstructing White supremacy in the workplace as well as multicultural counseling.
I am currently exploring the generational difference in racial identity, ethnic identity, and acculturation between Liberian immigrants in the US.