Bobby Hiep Bui
Program Director, EdM in Counseling
Dr. Bobby Hiep Bui is a senior lecturer at BU Wheelock College of Education & Human Development, where he is the practicum/internship coordinator and director of the EdM in Counseling program. His interests include creating greater access to high-quality and affordable psychotherapy for people adversely affected by persistent poverty or inequality, improving higher education in prisons, and enhancing the supervision experience of counselors in training.
Dr. Bui has over 15 years of experience teaching and practicing psychology in a variety of academic and clinical settings with diverse populations. The range of his work consists of appointments in psychiatric hospitals, outpatient clinics, accessibility centers, public and independent schools to state prisons. He is currently a clinical supervisor at a social-justice-driven group practice where he provides psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and families, conducts play therapy with children, completes psychological and neuropsychological evaluations, and supervises emerging clinicians.
The Transformative Power of Higher Education: A Q&A with Bobby Hiep Bui
BU Wheelock Welcomes New Faculty for Fall 2022
PhD, School and Child (APA), New York University
MA, Applied Psychology, New York University
BA, Psychology, University of California, Riverside
SED CE 746: Clinical Practice
Bui, B., Maher, J. & Sander, R. (2022). How Can We Support Professional Development and Communities of Practice for Faculty of College-in-prison Programs? Panel discussion presented at the 12th National Conference on Higher Education in Prison. https://www.higheredinprison.org/info/2022-nchep-schedule