George H. Brice, Jr., MSW
George H. Brice, Jr., MSW is an Instructor and Trainer in the Integrated Employment Institute (IEI) within the Department of Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Counseling Professions at the Rutgers - School of Health Professions where he contributes to the Institute’s training and consultation services. Mr. Brice earned two Associate degrees from Burlington County College (Criminal Justice degree in 1985 and Psychology degree in 1991) as well as a Bachelors in Social Work in 1997 and Masters in Social Work in 1999 both from Rutgers University in Camden. George has worked in a variety of settings developing and implementing recovery and wellness focused groups and services. He is currently involved in an innovative peer wellness coaching project offering training and direct services helping peers, providers, families, and the system to focus on physical wellness and employment as key to recovery. Mr. Brice currently holds the position of Co-Chair of the Governor’s Council on Mental Health Stigma. George is both a recipient and provider of services, has a continued hope and passion that our workforce will soon be culturally competent and skilled in Evidence Based Practices (EBP) and Psychiatric Rehabilitation (PSR) to effectively empower individuals living with emotional disorders and/or substance use disorders to become contributing members of society.