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  • Undergraduate: Seattle Pacific University
  • Seminary: Fuller Theological Seminary, Masters in Theology
  • Graduate: California State University - Fresno, Masters in Social Work
  • Fellowships: Behavioral Science/Family Systems Educator Fellowship (BFEF), Society of Teachers of Family Medicine. Faculty Development Fellowship, University of Washington Department of Family Medicine.
  • Academic Affiliations: University of Washington Teaching Associate of Family Medicine, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, National Association of Social Workers. Chair of the University of Washington WWAMI Residency Network behavioral scientists group 2014 -2015.

Mr. Brandt-Kreutz joined St. Peter Family Medicine faculty in 2008 as a Behavioral Scientist. He is a clinician-educator who is the lead faculty for the Behavioral Health, Community Medicine and Ambulatory Medicine rotations. His clinical expertise includes integrated behavioral health care for all ages as well as behavioral and developmental pediatrics. His educational expertise includes clinical communication skills, behavioral health skills for primary care, motivational interviewing and care integration with community resources. His prior research include a survey of practicing physicians in Washington State on behavioral science priorities in resident education. He is committed to resident wellness and helps lead the wellness and spirituality curriculum. His career and service spans decades beginning in 1989 with homeless families and, continuing to this day, committed to social justice. He is married to Betsy and they have two adult children and two grandchildren. He enjoys any activity with his family, and loves traveling, exploring the world and spirituality. Since moving to Olympia (with some exceptions) he has bicycled 10 miles across town to work at least twice per week.

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