Dr. John Brady is a professor in the school counseling and school psychology masters and doctoral programs and is the coordinator of the school counseling graduate program. Prior to teaching at the university he served for twenty seven years as a school psychologist, special education administrator and a counselor in private practice. Dr. Brady’s interests lie in the development of collaborative problem solving skills for school consultants.
Dr. Brady’s interests lie in the development of collaborative problem solving skills for school consultants.
Brady, J. & Kotkin, R. (2011). Creating lasting behavior change though the generalization analysis worksheet. Contemporary School Psychology, 15. 125-131.
Hass, M. R., Brown, R. S., Brady, J., & Johnson, D. B. (2010). Validating the BASC-TRS for use with children and adolescents with an educational diagnosis of autism. Remedial and Special Education. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/0741932510383160
Colon-Muniz, A., Brady, J., SooHoo, S., (2010). What Do Graduates Say about Multicultural Teacher Education?. Issues in Teacher Education, 19, (1).
Brady, J., & Christo, C. (2009). Results of a Survey of California School Psychologists’ Training Needs in Relation to the Response to Intervention Process, CASP Today, 59, (2).
Brady, J. (Spring 2009). Time Management for New School Counselors. The California School Counselor, (pp. 12-13).
Brady, J., & Allen, J. (2008). Response to Intervention: What School Counselors Need to Know. In J. Allen, Empowering the 21st Century Professional School Counselor (pp. 113-117). Ann Arbor, MI: Counseling Outfitters.
“Consulting in Academic Motivation Cases” Workshop presented to the California Association of School Psychologists annual convention, Costa Mesa, California. March 2012.
“Consulting in an RTI framework: Working together to Solve Student Problems” (with Ronald Kotkin) Workshop presented at the Annual Joint Conference of the Orange County Department of Education and the University of California at Irvine Child Development Center , Costa Mesa, California March 2012
“The Ins and Outs of Effectively Utilizing Guidance Interns” (panelist) Presentation at the California Association of School Counselors state conference, Pomona, California, November 2011.
“School Counselors: Work Smarter Not Harder” (panelist) Presented to the members of the Orange County affiliate of the California Association of School Counselors, Costa Mesa, California, May 2011.