Dr. Asa Don Brown holds degrees in the fields of psychology, counseling and theology. His theoretical expressions and beliefs are centered on the concepts of the unconditional person, forgiveness, happiness, peace, and love. His work involves a broad array of psychological, philosophical, and spiritual understandings.
As an associate faculty of Royal Roads University, Victoria, B.C., he has been appointed to work as a major project supervisor. He has guest lectured as a professor at Thompson Rivers University, The University College of the Cariboo and University of Alberta. He has also taught at Grant MacEwan College in Edmonton, Alberta. Dr. Brown has been involved with the field of psychology and counseling since the early 1990s. He has served as the Bylaws and Ethics Director for the Washington Counseling Association and as the Director of Promotions for The Society of the Arts and Dementia Care. Most of all, Asa is a proud father and husband.