Bridget Brinckman, MS, EdS

MS, EdS

Child Track Psychology Intern

Bridget Brinckman is a Child Track psychology intern and is completing her graduate degree at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.  Prior to returning to school to pursue a Ph.D. degree, Bridget was a practicing school psychologist for five years in the Milwaukee and surrounding areas where she assisted with the implementation of school-wide mental health screening and prevention efforts, psychoeducational evaluations, and psychotherapy. Bridget completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, and her Master’s and Educational Specialist degrees at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.  She is passionate about advocating for the mental health needs of children and has taught college-level courses on positive psychology and assessment.  Her research experience and interests are diverse, including qualitative research on human virtues, universal design for learning, and interpersonal emotion regulation. Currently, her research interests involve emotion regulation and childhood aggression.  She is looking forward to a valuable training experience at WISPIC, with such highly regarded and dynamic staff, positioned within one of the most exceptional universities in the nation.