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Tiffany A. Stewart Ph.D., LPC

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Associate Professor (Counseling)
Location
Bridwell Hall
Room
324

Bio

Ph.D., Counselor Education and Supervision, University of Akron

M.S., Rehabilitation Counseling, Minnesota State University, Mankato

B.A., Psychology, Southern University as New Orleans


Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Texas

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Institution Degree Graduation Date
University of Akron Ph.D. 2009
Minnesota State University, Mankato M.S. 2001
Southern University at New Orleans B.A. 1999
Employer Position Start Date End Date
Midwestern State University Associate Professor 08/01/2015
Midwestern State University Assistant Professor 08/01/2009 07/01/2015

 

Stewart, T. (2006). A hurricane of personal growth. Counseling Today, September issue.

Stewart, T. (April, 2013). Navigating the waters of academia. Counseling Today, 16- 17.

 

Dissertation:Black Racial Identity, Acculturative Stress, and Racial Climate Among African Americans in CACREP Accredited Graduate Programs.

Stewart, T., Owens, D., & Queener, J. E. (accepted for publication). Black male career development: Chaos theory of careers. In Ross, W. (Ed.). Counseling African American Males: Effective Therapeutic Interventions and Approaches. Information Age Publishing. Greenwich, CT.

Solmonson, L. L., & Stewart, T. (2013, Summer).  The impact of adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder symptoms on maternal parenting behaviors. Michigan Journal of Counseling: Research, Theory & Practice, 40 (1), 14-26. 

Huang, S., Stewart, T., & Blacklock, P. (2014). African American high-school students’ motivational, behavioral, and literacy strategies across content areas

Stewart, T. (2014, Spring). Racial incident based trauma as suicide risk among African American men. Psych Discourse.

Owens, D. & Stewart, T., & Queener, J. E. (accepted for publication). Non-traditional clinical approaches: Black Males. In Ross, W. (Ed.). Counseling African American Males: Effective Therapeutic Interventions and Approaches. Information Age Publishing. Greenwich, CT.

Stewart, T., Owens, D.,  Queener, J. E., & Reynolds, C. (2014). The effects of racial climate, Black racial identity, and acculturative stress on African Americans in counseling training programs. Michigan Journal of Counseling: Research, Theory & Practice, 41, 1, 4-17.  

Stewart, T. (in progress). School counselor preparedness and post training needs: A national study.

 

Stewart, T., Semivan, S., & Schwartz, R. (2009). The art of advocacy: Strategies for psychotherapists. Annals of the American Psychotherapy Association, Summer, 12(2).

Owens, D., Stewart, T., & Bryant, R. (2011). Urban African-American high school adolescent females’ perceptions, attitudes, and experiences    with their professional school counselors: A pilot study. Georgia Journal of School Counseling, 34-41.