Tiffany Brown, College of Education

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Tiffany Brown

Senior Lecturer I
Clinic Director, Couples and Family Therapy Program
Practice Areas: Athlete Mental Health, Female Athletes, Athletic Systems, Ethical Coaching, Coach Abuse, Mental Health, Eating Disorders, Marriage and Family Therapy, Addiction, Recovery, Self-harm (Non-Suicidal Self-Injury), Addiction on College Campuses, Grief

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Tiffany Brown is an academic expert in addiction, recovery and self-harm. Her recent work applies her mental health work to athletics. Specifically, she can talk about athlete mental health, female athletes, athletic systems, coaches – ethical coaching and coach abuse, as well as anxiety, depression, self-harm, trauma, eating disorders and suicide in athletes. A licensed marriage and family therapist, Tiffany’s expertise includes self-harm education and educating college students about addiction and recovery issues. She regularly consults with schools and community programs on screening and prevention outreach.

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