EboneƩ T. Johnson

Eboneé T. Johnson, Ph.D., CRC is an assistant professor in the department of Rehabilitation and Counselor Education at The University of Iowa.  She is a certified rehabilitation counselor and has over 10 years of experience in rehabilitation education and research.  Dr. Johnson earned a doctorate in rehabilitation psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in December 2012.  She received her M.S. in rehabilitation counseling from Southern University in 2008 and a B.S. in psychology from Xavier University of Louisiana in 2005.  Prior to joining the faculty at the University of Iowa, she worked for 4 years as an assistant professor in the department of Rehabilitation and Disability Studies at Southern University.  Dr. Johnson serves on several editorial boards including Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin (American Rehabilitation Counseling Association), Australian Journal of Rehabilitation Counseling, and the Journal of Psychology in Africa.  Her broad research interests include cultural targeting and tailoring of self-management and behavioral health interventions for persons living with chronic illness and disability, with an applied focus on African Americans living with HIV.  Her teaching interests center on infusing multicultural approaches to pedagogy in counselor education programs.  Dr. Johnson occasionally teaches classes for the department of Rehabilitation and Disability Studies at Southern University as training diverse student populations to work effectively with clients who experience oppression is a core component of her teaching and mentoring philosophy.  

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