About Dr. Bragg

Dr. Cubie A. Bragg is a licensed counselor and psychotherapist. He currently holds a Ph.D in clinical psychology and is a full-time faculty member in the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Human Services at Bowie State University. He is also Interim Director of the Adler-Dreikurs Institute of Human Services and coordinator of the Adlerian Couseling Psychology Program at Bowie State University. He is an internationally known lecturer, and a national doctoral addiction counselor and therapisst. He is certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors, Inc., and is a Licensed Independent Clinical Socal Worker in the District of Columbia. Dr. Bragg has completed extensive research in stress management, depression and anxiety disorders. He serves as a reviewer for several national journals and is the recipient of numerous awards for his outstanding work with youth and child care workers.

Dr. Bragg is the recipient of numerous awards and recognitions for his outstanding work in the field of human resources. He was president of The National Organization of Youth and Child Care Workers for six years, which provided him the experience of speaking and teaching internationally. As national president, he designed and implemented national and international conferences and training seminars.

Dr. Bragg has more than fourteen years of experience in developing and facilitating management training seminars, as well as organizational and staff development.


Organizations that have benefited from his training include:
  • American Sexuality and Parenting
  • Federal Government in Washington, DC
  • George Washington University in Washington, DC
  • Governor's Office for the State of Maryland
  • Jaycee's (National & International)
  • National Counsel of Crime and Delinquency
  • The National Organization of Youth and Child Care
  • National Parent-Teacher Association
  • Nova University
  • Southeast Community Hospital
  • Threshold Mental Health Services, Inc.
  • U.K. Kellogg Foundation
  • U.S. Department of Defense
  • U.S. Department of Human Resources
  • U.S. Olympic Foundation
  • Violence Prevention Education Project

Dr. Bragg was senior training specialist for the U.S. Department of Human Services for more than six years and Training Director for Saint Elizabeth Mental Hospital in Washington, D.C. for an additional five years. His primary area of consultation was in staff development and stress management. Dr. Bragg has also served as a national faculty member of the American Heart Association and is currently chairperson of Maryland and District of Columbia ECC Regional Committee.