Daniel Brusser, MA
Daniel Brusser, MA joined the AIMS Center in August 2016 as a Program Assistant to support the implementation of Collaborative Care across the AIMS Center’s various client networks. Prior to joining, Daniel worked as a behavior therapist with children on the autism spectrum, as a mental health technician at Western State Hospital, and as a business analyst at Citigroup. He earned his master’s degree in Buddhist studies from the University of Washington and his bachelor’s in economics and philosophy from Columbia University. Daniel is an advocate of the Collaborative Care model for improved access to integrated behavioral healthcare and, additionally, promotes the emerging role of Buddhist psychology in effective evidence-based treatments for mental health disorders.