Roseina Britton, Ph.D., LPC, NCC

  Assistant Professor
  708-534-4026 ext. 4026
  Office Location: G312
  Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday
  College: COE

  
 
Programs:
Counselor Education and Supervision, Ed.D.
Counseling
Division of Psyc and Counseling

  
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Dr. Roseina Britton is originally from Queens, New York. She completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (NC A&T) in 2011 and her Master’s in clinical mental health at NC A&T in 2015. She earned her Ph.D. in counselor education and supervision from the University of Iowa in 2019.

As a licensed professional counselor in Illinois, Dr. Britton specializes in researching, educating, and alleviating the stigma and related hardships associated with contracting and living with HIV/AIDS in the United States.

Dr. Britton provided individual and group therapy as well as treatment planning at Old Vineyard Behavioral Health Center in Winston-Salem, NC, and at Sedlacek Chemical Dependency Treatment Center in Cedar Rapids, IA. While attending school at the University of Iowa, Dr. Britton was named an ACT scholar and awarded the 2017 Black Brilliance Award and 2017 Dynamic Twenty-Two Award from Delta Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta.

Dr. Britton recently self-published her children’s book, “Just Breathe. 5-Minute Breathing Meditation.”

Manuscripts Published:

Corneille, M., Britton, R., Lee, A. (2015). Media portrayal of HIV to the Black community: Is it helping or hurting us? Journal of Health Communication.

Seehusen, C., Britton, R., & Duys, D. (2020). Managed Care Organizations in Counseling Practice, Research, and Education: Implications for the Field. The Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision

Webinar:

Britton, R. (2019). What Mental Health Practitioners Need to Know About Ending the HIV Epidemic. Retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YqXAMl4kkY8

Professional Presentations:

Britton, R. (2020). Lived Experience of Marriage and Family Therapists Working with Individuals living with HIV/AID. Round Table at the International Asscociation of Marriage and Family Counselors (IAMFC).

Hiivala, B., Britton, R., Player, A. (2019). Exploring the world within: The ethics of self-awareness in developing cultural competency. Presentation at the Minnesota Rehabilitation Association (MRA) Fall Conference, Mankato, MN.

Britton, R. (2019). A Phenomenological Study Examining the Lived Experiences of Counselors Working with Individuals Living with HIV. Oral presentation at the 21st Annual James F. Jakobsen Memorial Gradute Conference.

Britton, R., & Lee, I. (2018). HIV/AIDS Knowledge and Training Needs of Counselors-in-Training. Poster session at North Central Association for Counselor Education and Supervision.

Britton, R. (2017). HIV/AIDS Ethical and Legal Consideration for Duty to Warn. Presentation at the American Rehabilitation Counseling Association 60th Anniversary Professional Conference.

Lee, I., & Britton, R. (2017). Burnout among Counselors in Leadership Position. Presentation at the American Rehabilitation Counseling Association 60th Anniversary Professional Conference.

Duys, D., Bardohsi, G., & Britton, R. (2017). Advocating for Wellness in Counselor Education. Poster session at North Central Association for Counselor Education and Supervision.
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