Dr. W. Brenard Francis, Ph. D.
A native of South Carolina, Dr. Francis attended undergraduate school at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia and is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate, receiving a B.A. degree in Psychology. He received an M.A. and Ph.D. degree in Clinical Psychology from Kent State University.
He is also the Founder/Director of the Men Advocating Non-Violence (“MAN”) Family Violence Intervention Program certified by the State of Georgia Commission on Family Violence. He has been a Consultant to the National Football League (“NFL”), worked for many years at the Veteran Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) and was the Chief, Psychology Service at the Iron Mountain VAMC. Dr. Francis has also treated terminally ill patients and was the Director of Behavioral Medicine for Georgia Cancer Specialists for two years. He is an accomplished vocalist and consultant to the school system and governmental agencies.