Brian McNeill received his Ph.D. in 1984 from Texas Tech University in Counseling Psychology, and is currently a Professor and Co-Director of Training for the Counseling Psychology Program at Washington State University. As a Chicanx Psychologist, Dr. McNeill also directs the Pacific Northwest Collaborative for Mestizo and Indigenous Research and Engagement (https://education.wsu.edu/researchcenters/mestizo/). He is the co-editor of The Handbook of Chicana and Chicano Psychology and Mental Health (2004), Latina/o Healing Practices: Mestizo and Indigenous Perspectives (2008), Intersections of Multiple Identities (2009), and the forthcoming Mexican Psychology: Indigenous, Colonial, and Post-Modern Contributions. He is also the Co-Author of IDM Supervision (2010), and Supervision Essentials for The Integrated Developmental Model (2016). Dr. McNeill is a licensed Psychologist in the states of Washington and Idaho where he practices and consults.
- Ph.D. Counseling Psychology, Texas Tech University, 1984
- M.S. Clinical Psychology, San Diego State University, 1980
- B.A. Psychology, San Diego State University, 1977