Brent E. Horner

B.A. in Psychology (OSU), M.A. in Communications (CSUF)

Brent is a doctoral candidate in the PsyD program in clinical psychology at Alliant International University, Hong Kong. He grew up in the US and has lived in Hong Kong since 1995 when he arrived on a scholarship from Rotary International to study Chinese. Hespeaks Cantonese in addition to his native English. He is married and has a son born in 2016. 

Before recently returning to his first love of Psychology, Brent worked for 18 years in PR, marketing, and advertising where he ended that career as an award-winning creative director. In addition to his current doctoral studies, Brent teaches communication and advertising courses at a local community college. His previous clinical training includes placements at Kely Support Group providing psychotherapy for secondary students at an international school and Justice Centre where he treated adult refugees. Brent's dissertation is boring, literally. He is studying whether thinking habits affect an individual's tendency for boredom.  

At SPOT, Brent is dedicated to administering assessments and is also available for psychotherapy with kids, adults, couples, and families.

 

 

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