State of Florida Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Qualified Supervisor
National Certified Mental Health Counselor and Approved Clinical Supervisor
Regular presenter at local, regional and national mental health forums and conferences, including The American Mental Health Counselors Association, The Florida Mental Health Counselors Association and the Florida Counseling Association.
Mental health clinical supervision trainer throughout Florida and in Germany
Frequent appearances on television as an expert consultant on eating disorders, stress management, depression and enhancing relationships
Author of Tomorrow’s Worth Waiting For: A Training Workshop to Recognize and Intervene with Teen Suicide
St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners, Health and Human Services Advisory Council
American Red Cross, North Florida Chapter, Disaster Mental Health Team
National Council of Jewish Women
Professor Brueske-Walton has earned five degrees from The University of Florida: an Ed.S. Specialist in Education; an M.Ed. Master of Education; an M.A. in Latin American Studies; a B.A. in Psychology; and a B.A. in Latin American Studies. She is active as a community advocate in education for eating disorders, stress management and body image, and she maintains private practice counseling for individuals, couples and families.
Teaching and Related Service:
Previously taught at:
Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
University of North Florida
National Academy of Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselors