Bradley Bull, MDiv,PhD, teaches in the College of Interdisciplinary Studies at Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville, Tenn. He holds a bachelors degree in psychology with minor in creative writing, a master of divinity in pastoral counseling, and, from the University of Tennessee, a PhD in human ecology, majoring in child and family studies. Bull is a licensed marriage and family therapist and past member of the Tennessee counseling regulatory board.
Past academic employment has included teaching undergraduate psychology, graduate counseling, and serving as a retention officer. He and his wife, Connie, married in 1988 and have a college-graduate daughter and high-school-aged son. Bull loves canoeing, watching movies, and playing Scrabble as a full-contact sport.
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