Dr. Phillip Johnson, Associate Professor and Coordinator of College Counseling in the department of Counselor Education & Counseling Psychology, has published an article in the Journal of Counseling & Development. This article studies the concept of "somebodiness" in the lives of African American men, a multidimensional, culturally relevant, idea that allows counselors to describe the psychological functioning of African American men in terms closer to their lived experience.
The Journal of Counseling & Development (JCD) is the quarterly flagship journal of the American Counseling Association. JCD publishes articles that have broad interest for a readership composed mostly of counselors and other mental health professionals who work in private practice, schools, colleges, community agencies, hospitals, and government.
To view Dr. Johnson's article on the web, click here.
View the entire July 2016 journal issue here.