Fiyyaz is a resident faculty member in the Master of Professional Studies in Integrated Behavioral Health and Master of Professional Studies in Addictions Counseling programs. Prior to working in higher education, Fiyyaz was employed in a variety of community mental health outpatient settings, many geared towards addressing the needs of underserved and minority populations. His clinical interests include identity development, grief and loss, social justice issues, health psychology, trauma, and PTSD. He has conducted professional trainings and presented at conferences on a wide array of diversity issues including microaggressions, cultural appropriation, and racial identity. He holds a PsyD from the University of St. Thomas, and a BS in both Sociology and Psychology from the University of Minnesota. He is a 2020 UPCEA Bethaida “Bea” González Diversity in Leadership Scholar.
- ADDS 5061 - Foundations of Group Work
- ADDS 5081 - Multicultural Foundations of Behavioral Health
- IBH 6036 - Trauma Focused Approaches and Crisis Intervention
- IBH 6091 - Intersection of Career and Mental Health
- IBH 6121 - Professional Seminar 2: Portfolio Development
- IBH 6234 - Counseling Grief and Loss