M.A. in Marriage & Family Therapy — Wheaton College
B.A. in Psychology — Wheaton College
Dr. Bornell enjoys working with for individuals, families and couples to create wholeness and health. He focuses on helping fathers in their parenting, and men as well, as they work towards healing and freedom. Dr. Bornell assists clients in navigating major life transitions such as college, breakups, parenthood and divorce. Finally, he offers an open space to process through grief, depression, spirituality, identity and stress.
Pre-Clinical Fellow of AAMFT and NCFR member.
Nicholson, B. (2020). Father-child religious transmission from Adolescence to Young Adult: The moderating effect of father-child relationship quality. (Doctoral dissertation, Kansas State University). ProQuest.
Peng, Y., Genc, E., Nicholson, B., & Markham, M. S. (2020). Not Professional Enough To Be a Therapist: International Therapists’ Experience of Language Discrimination. Current Psychology, (), 1—11. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12144-020-00848-4.
Morgan, P., Dell’lsola, R., Nicholson, B., & Spencer, C. (2020). Stress generation theory in couples with depression: A latent profile analysis. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 0265407520919992.
Baptist, J., Craig, B., Nicholson, B. (2018). Black–White Marriages: The Moderating Role of Openness on Experience of Couple Discrimination and Marital Satisfaction. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 00, 1–15. https://doi.org/10.1111/jmft.12362.