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Dr. Bradley A. Janey




570-348-6211 x2494

McGowan Cntr Grad & Prof Stud 1025

Courses taught:

Career Development I COUN-505
Foundational Counseling Techniques COUN-518
Theories of Counseling COUN-525
Multicultural Issues-Prof Counseling Pr Professionals COUN-532
Group Process in Counseling COUN-543
Practicum CMH (Individual) Health Counseling COUN-545A
Assessment and Testing for Counseling COUN-561
Counseling Men and Boys COUN-585
PhD Counselor Education and Supervision
Kansas State University - 1999

MA Elementary Counseling (CACREP)
Adams State University - 1994

BA Music
Coe College - 1988

Area of Interest

International training in clinical supervision, cross-cultural variation in the internalization of male role norms, and testing/assessment construction.

Bradley Janey received his PhD in 1999 from Kansas State University. He joined the teaching staff at Marywood University that same year. Since joining Marywood’s faculty, Janey has taught a wide variety of courses in the counseling program including counseling skills, career development, psychological testing, and specialty course, counseling men and boys. As a two-time Fulbright Scholar to Russia, he has published a number of papers using samples of Korean, Russian and Ukrainian men. Current research interests include the clinical supervision process from the perspective of Siberian practitioners, and test construction.