Dr. Sarah Johansson is a recent graduate from UC. The majority of her counseling career has been as a school counselor. During her time as a PhD student, she was an Associate Professional Counselor in Georgia, working toward full licensure. She earned both her PhD and LPC within several months of each other in 2022. She practices from her home, often with the company of one her rescue kitties. When not teaching or counseling Dr. Johansson enjoys being outside hiking, biking, surfing, or participating in her newest hobby, pickleball.
PhD Counselor Education and Supervision, Leadership Concentration, University of the Cumberlands, 2022
MEd School Counseling, Loyola University Maryland, 2008
BA Sociology, Minor Education, University of Maryland College Park, 2004
Hatfield, T., Allie-Turco, P., Johansson, S.E., and Brennan, M. (2022). Online Pedagogy. In Mikolon, T. M., and Hatfield. T. (Eds.) Foundations, Principles and Techniques of Online Teaching. Cognella.
Hatfield, T., Allie-Turco, P., Johansson, S.E., and Brennan, M. (2021). Intentionally Inclusive Pedagogy. Pedagogical Practice As an Act of Social Justice. In D. Meyers and M.S. Barnett (Eds.) Hating Girls: An Intersectional Survey of Misogyny. Brill.
Hatfield, T., Johansson, S., Allie-Turco, P.X., & Freeman, A. (2020). Why Being a Good Person Isn’t Enough: Antiracism is Action. The Kentucky Justice Association Advocate.