Faculty and Staff

Gihane Jeremie-Brink

Professor • Department of Psychology

Dr. Jérémie-Brink research focuses on cultural issues pertaining to couples, racial and ethnic socialization processes, and the ways in which the family environment impact adolescent psychological well-being and identity development. She has published several articles and presented at numerous international and national conferences in the areas of multicultural competence, family functioning, socialization messages, Black family dynamics, racial and gender stereotypes, and psychological well-being of ethnic minority adolescents and emerging adults. Dr. Jérémie-Brink was recently awarded the Jeffery S. Tanaka Memorial Dissertation Award in Psychology. In addition, during her graduate studies she was a predoctoral American Psychological Association Minority Fellow and through this fellowship she was selected to serve as an APA Minority Fellow Health Policy Intern at SAMHSA (Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration).

Professional Interests

Racial and ethnic socialization 
Stereotypical Roles and Images
Gendered-racial Identity development and intersectionality of multiple identities
Issues related to Ethnic minority individuals, couples, and families
Critical Consciousness, multicultural competency, and social justice
Prevention and Resilience in Youth of Color
Mental Health Disparities

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Degrees

PhD Counseling Psychology, Loyola University Chicago Chicago, IL

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