Bradly HinmanTitle: Assistant Professor
School Counseling Program Coordinator
Office Location: Bell Hall 160 B
Phone: (269) 471-3466
BA and BS in Education from Central Michigan University (1987)
MA in Education (Community Counseling Emphasis) from Andrews University (2008)
PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision from Western Michigan University
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC)
Limited License Marriage and Family Therapist (LLMFT).
Brad Hinman is currently an Assistant Professor at Andrews University in the Department of Graduate Psychology and Counseling and is the Coordinator of the School Counseling Program. He joined Andrews University in 2011. He brings with him his expertise as a private practice counselor specializing in marriage and family therapy, child and adolescent behavior disorders, domestic violence, and sexuality issues. Dr. Hinman completed his PhD at Western Michigan University in Counselor Education and Supervision and is an alumnus of Andrews University. He holds professional licensure through the State of Michigan as both a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Limited License Marriage and Family Therapist. He is a teacher at heart, though, and has taught every educational level from first grade through master’s level. His research interests include family dynamics, communication, and behavior disorders within families; the intersection of sexuality and Christianity, including sexual orientation, pornography, sex addiction, and hypoactive sexual desire; and the supervision of minority supervisees by majority supervisors. Dr. Hinman counts it as one of his greatest personal and professional accomplishments to have been married for over 24 years to “The Key Lady” at Andrews University and to have raised two sons who are now both undergraduate students in Adventist education.
Current Research or Professional Activities
Family dynamics, communication, and behavior disorders within families; sexuality and Christianity, including sexual orientation, pornography, sex addiction, and hypoactive sexual desire; supervision of minority supervisees by majority supervisors.
Hinman, Bradly K., "Mixed Methods Analysis of Counselor Views, Attitudes and Perceived Competencies Regarding the Treatment of Internet Pornography Addiction" (2013). Dissertations. Paper 207.