Bradley S. Bloomfield is an Assistant Professor of School Psychology in the College of Education at the University of Alabama.
Dr. Bloomfield completed his PhD in in School Psychology at the University of Utah in 2018. He completed his predoctoral psychology internship at the Marcus Autism Center where he obtained training in the assessment and treatment of pediatric feeding disorders and severe problem behavior. Prior to this, he completed his master’s in school psychology at the University of Utah in 2016. Through this time, he also earned his BCBA while gaining clinical skills in the assessment and treatment of problem behavior.
He has interest and experience providing training and consultation using technology in schools and clinical settings. Additional interests stem from his work at a summer camp for young people with social, emotional, and behavioral challenges located in New York, where he provides direct behavioral intervention, coaching, and training services for campers and staff. As such, his clinical and research interests fall under training and skill development for parents, teachers, and caretakers in the treatment of problem behavior.