Michael Brooks

TitleAssociate Professor





OfficeProctor Hall
Room: 366

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Michael Brooks


Ph D: Education, University of Central Florida, 2003

MA: Counselor Education-Mental Health Counseling, University of Central Florida, 2000

BA: Psychology , Morehouse College, 1996

Research Interests

Black Males and Counselor Education Success Factor

Recent Publications

Brooks, Michael  (2017).  Black Males Living in an Antithetical Police Culture: Keys for Their Survival.  In Taylor & Frances Group  (00,  00,  pp. 1-18).  Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma.

Brooks, Michael  (2017).  Child sexual assault and rural areas.  In Walz, G & Bleuer, J.    American Counseling Association VISTAS.

Brooks, Michael  Alston, Geleana  Bryan, Meika  Christopher, Townsend  (2017).  Creating a healthy classroom in multicultural counseling courses.  In Robbie Stewart  (2,  1,  pp. 24).  Journal of Human Services: Training, Research, and Practice.

Brooks, Michael  Ward, Courtney  Euring, Myshalae  Townsend, Christopher  White, Niah  Hughes, Kim  (2016).  Is There a Problem Officer? Exploring the Lived Experience of Black Men and Their Relationship with Law Enforcement.  In Judson Jeffries,  no  (1,  1,  pp. 17).  Springer.

Brooks, Michael  (2016).  Is there a problem officer? Exploring the lived experience of Black men and their relationship with law enforcement..  In Springer  (0,  0,  pp. 1-19).  Journal of African American Studies.

Brooks, Michael  (2016).  The invisible client: Ramifications of neglecting the impact of race and culture in professional counseling..   VISTAS.

Brooks, Michael  (2016).  Hands up: police shooting of young Black males: Implications for social work and human services.  no  (1,  pp. 13).  Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment .

Brooks, Michael  (2015).  Multicultural Training in CACREP Counselor Education Programs: A Survey.  no  (3,  pp. 7).  International Journal of Social Science Studies.