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Anthony Brine, Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist

Canfield Clinic
Liberty Clinic

Licensure

Licensed Psychologist

Education

2014 The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles: Doctor of Psychology – Clinical Psychology

2011 The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles: Masters of Arts – Clinical Psychology

2008 Hobart and William Smith Colleges: Bachelor of Arts – Psychology

Professional History

Anthony Brine, Psy.D., has been a licensed psychologist since 2016. He specializes in the assessment and treatment of childhood and adolescent disorders. Dr. Brine completed his advanced training at the Community Counseling Center in Hermitage, PA for both his pre-doctoral internship and psychology residency. He has years of experience of working with the adult and pediatric population. While completing his graduate studies, he gained clinical experience at University of California, Irvine Medical Center, South Coast Children’s Society, and The Exceptional Children’s Foundation.

Specialties

Professional Objectives

“My goal is to improve the academic, occupational, family and/or social functioning of my clients. I strive to create individualized treatment goals and plans that are tailored to the needs of the people I work with. I believe in creating a collaborative approach to foster independence while utilizing empirically validated interventions.”

Theoretical Orientation

“I believe in using an integrative approach that allows me to utilize the most appropriate intervention for the individual. I draw from Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Humanistic approaches, as well as behavioral approaches, social skills training, and parent management.”

Certificates/Special Training

Publications/Presentations

Head Start Farrell, PA. December, 2014
“Effective Parenting”
Requested to create and present to parents at Head Start on communication, structure, boundaries, and consistency.

Industrial Organizational Psychology Workshop, Hermitage, PA. October, 2014
“Conflict and Communication in the Workplace”
Created and presented a seven hour workshop for an outside agency focusing on communication and conflict styles within the workplace.

Clinical DSM 5 Training, Hermitage, PA. September, 2014
“Disruptive, Impulse – Control, and Conduct Disorders”
Created and presented to Doctoral and Masters level staff concerning the new changes to the DSM for the Disruptive, Impulse-Control, and Conduct Disorders chapter.

Therapeutic Support Staff Presentation, Hermitage, PA. September, 2014
“DSM 5 Child and Adolescent Clinical Disorders”
Created and presented to TSS staff members on the new changes to the DSM concerning children and adolescents.

8th Annual Mercer County Recovery Conference, Hermitage, PA. May 13th, 2014
“The Effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy”
Requested speaker for an hour long presentation discussing the effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy when working with clients of all ages suffering from mood – and anxiety-related disorders.

Workshop for Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS) staff, Mercer, PA. October, 2013
“Cognitive and Academic Functioning of Autism Spectrum Disorders”
Created and presented on how to recognize academic and cognitive de ficits, as well as provide support for children and adolescents in the Autism Spectrum for behavioral health staff working in school and home settings.

Emergency Staff Presentation, University of Pittsburg Medical Center (UPMC), Farrell and Greenville, PA. October, 2013
“Depression Training”
Co-created and presented on the changes in diagnosing Depressive Disorders for the DSM -5, symptoms of a depressive episode, common medications, assessment of depression and suicidal ideation, provider responses, and referrals for multiple populations.

Parenting Workshop, Upland, CA. October, 2011
“Child Development: Milestones”
Created and presented on the social, physical, cognitive, and emotional aspects of development to teenage mothers.

Brine, A.F., Ramsey C.E., Barry, M.D., & Thomas, T.N., (2007, April). The Development of Causal Induction. Poster presentation at the 21st National Conference on Undergraduate Research at DominicanUniversity of California.

Brine, A.F., Ramsey C.E., Barry, M.D., & Thomas, T.N., (2007, April).
The Development of Causal Induction. Paper published by The National Conference on Undergraduate Research, 1709 -1714.

Mentioned in the acknowledgments of:
Hayes, B.K., Thompson, S.P., (2007), Causal relations and feature similarity in children’s inductive reasoning, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.Vol. 136(3) 470-484.