Brian Flynn is the director of admissions and student services in the Binghamton University Department of Social Work. He earned his BA in Psychology from the University of Arizona and his master's degrees from the University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY), and Binghamton University.
Brian has been a clinical social worker for 15 years. He has worked with diverse client populations as a medical and emergency room social worker and as a psychotherapist for patients living with HIV. Flynnn has experience in the areas of crisis intervention, grief, loss, discharge planning and chemical dependency treatment, as well as the provision of case management and mental health services.
He is a disaster mental health volunteer with the American Red Cross and was deployed to Ground Zero with the American Red Cross Disaster Mental Health Team following the September 11, 2001, attacks. He also traveled to Thailand to provide support after the 2004 tsunami. Flynn is a member of HOPE Animal-Assisted Crisis Response, an organization which provides comfort and encouragement through animal-assisted support to individuals affected by crises and disasters. He also serves as a community member on the United Health Services Ethics Committee.
- MSW, University at Albany SUNY
- MA, Binghamton University
- BA, University of Arizona
- State University of New York Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Professional Service