Kimberly Chase-Brennan

Kimberly Chase-Brennan

Adjunct FacultyPsychology


  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Psychology - Northcentral University
  • Master of Arts in Counseling - Bowling Green State University
  • Bachelor of Science in Education - Bowling Green State University
  • Licensed Clinical Counselor Supervisor
  • Licensed Elementary Teacher
  • Licensed Guidance Counselor

Professional organizations:

  • American Association of Christian Counselors

Publications or Presentations:

  • Chase-Brennan, K.B. (2013) Aspects of spirituality as moderators on the relationship between trauma exposure and trauma symptoms. 

Why did you enter the teaching profession?

My lifelong dream has been to become a college professor. I love learning and the experience of seeing students learning, making connections, and getting excited about what they are learning.

What do you like most about your field?

I like that the field of psychology overlaps into so many vocations and disciplines.

Fun facts:

I am fascinated by Amish and Mennonite customs and culture as I am a descendant of a Pennsylvania Dutch great-great-grandmother, so I like to read Amish fiction and visit Amish country.