Michael Gale

Assistant Professor of Psychology


College of Arts and Sciences
860.768.4278 E 204

PhD, University at Albany

MS, University at Albany

BA, Eastern Connecticut State University

Michael Gale joined the Graduate Institute of Professional Psychology (GIPP) in 2017 following the completion of his PhD in Counseling Psychology.

His research focuses on experiences of oppression among marginalized communities, social justice, biracial identity/experience, racial health and mental health disparities, and training for multicultural competency and social justice advocacy. He serves on the editorial board for The Counseling Psychologist journal.

Dr. Gale teaches doctoral courses in diversity, psychological assessment, group therapy, and clinical supervision. He has served as faculty co-advisor to the student led Multicultural and Diversity Committee since 2018.

Dr. Gale is a licensed psychologist in Connecticut. He operates a private practice where he provides psychological services, primarily with young adults and adolescents. He has also provided consultation for diversity training in organizations, survey development, deployment, and statistical analysis.