Dr. Brooke Lundquist

Brooke Lundquist graduated with her BA in English from Seattle Pacific University in 2003 and during her undergraduate work, she spent a quarter studying abroad in Angers, France. Brooke obtained her MA in Counseling Psychology (MACP) from Northwest University in 2007. After graduating with her MA degree, Brooke began working for the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences (CSBS) at Northwest University as the Internship Coordinator for the MACP program and then moved into the Director of MA Programs in the CSBS shortly thereafter. Brooke continues to work in the CSBS as the Director of Academic Programs, overseeing the staff of the CSBS, managing the departmental budget, and helping with the administration of all CSBS programs at the undergraduate and graduate level. In addition, Brooke became faculty at NU in the fall of 2014 and is currently the Chair of the Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology program where she also teaches several courses. She is currently a Ph.D. Candidate at Oregon State University where her doctoral work focuses on counselor education and supervision. Her dissertation work focuses around the experiences of mothers of small children during their Ph.D. programs.

Brooke’s husband Ryan is a Battalion Chief at Snohomish County Fire District 7. He recently completed his MBA at Northwest University and they have two wonderful daughters. As a family they love to spend time outdoors (swimming, hiking, playing at the park) and can often be found building forts, playing Legos, or baking together. Brooke and Ryan are also active in Crossfit and they enjoy travelling when time allows.

Education & License

BA English-Seattle Pacific University, 2003
MA Counseling Psychology-Northwest University, 2007
Post-Masters Certificate in International Care and Community Development-Northwest   University,  2008
PhD Counseling-OSU (In progress-Anticipated graduation date-June 2017)
Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate

Roles

Director of Academic Programs-College of Social and Behavioral Sciences (2014-Present)

Chair, Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology (2014-Present)

Assistant Professor of Psychology (2014-Present)

Psi Chi Honor Society Faculty Advisor (2014-Present)

Northwest University Accreditation Committee Member (2015-Present)

Associate Faculty Member of Faculty Council (2008-2014)

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Committee Member for Curriculum & Assessment (2010-Present)

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Committee Member for Graduate Recruiting and Student Retention (2009-Present)

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Committee Member for Graduate Admissions Review Board (2008-Present)

Classes

BA Counseling Psychology (online and on ground)

BA History of Psychology
MA Practicum I, II, III
MA Communication and Counseling
MA Internship I, II, III
MA Capstone

Publications/Presentations

Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference-2015 (Philadelphia, PA) Poster Presentation-“Cohort Cohesion in a Hybrid Doctoral Program”

Western Assoc. for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference-Fall 2016 (Vancouver, CA) Accepted roundtable presentation-“Finding Balance: Surviving Graduate School as a Working Parent “

Western Assoc. for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference-Fall 2016 (Vancouver, CA) Accepted roundtable presentation-“Cultural Immersion in Your Own Backyard: Two Creative Teaching Activities to Develop Self Awareness and Cross-Cultural Competencies.”

Western Assoc. for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference-Fall 2016 (Vancouver, CA) Accepted roundtable presentation-“Dissertation-ing Through Distance Learning Mediums.”

Professional Associations

American Counseling Association Member
Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Member
Western Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Member
Washington Counseling Association Member and Board Member
Psi Chi National Honor Society-Member and Current NU Faculty Adviser