Nolan Krueger is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology doctoral program and a Faculty Advisor for The Healing Space. He is a licensed counseling psychologist whose research agenda includes two separate but interconnected lines of inquiry.
His work examines links between race-related sources of (dis)empowerment, psychosocial underpinnings of sociopolitical engagement, and mental health among Black Americans. With emphasis on Multiracial Black Americans and a broader focus on Multiracial Americans at large, Dr. Krueger's research also explores the unique psychosocial experiences impacting mixed-race individuals, and how these experiences influence mental health. He is a founding member of Black Men in Psych--an organization designed to uplift, promote, and highlight the successes, visibility, and authenticity of Black cisgender men, trans men, trans masculine, and gender non-binary presenting individuals across disciplines in psychology.
Dr. Krueger received his doctorate in Counseling Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin and completed both his predoctoral internship and postdoctoral training as UC Berkeley's Counseling and Psychological Services. He earned his bachelor's degree from UC San Diego and his master's from University of Texas at Austin.