Adrienne N. Erby, PhD, LPC, NCC
Dr. Erby earned the Ph.D. in Counseling with a Multicultural Counseling cognate from The University of North Carolina at Charlotte and a M.S. in Community Counseling from Oklahoma State University. Her counseling experience includes school-based mental health counseling, university counseling, community mental health, in-home, and hospital/hospice care. Dr. Erby’s work centers on bridging cultural gaps in counseling training and practice to promote individual, relational, and community health and wellness in minoritized communities. Her research focuses on critical, cultural, and social justice issues in counseling and counselor education, including a focus on race, gender, and LGBTQ+ health and wellness, identity development, and educational practices fostering cultural competence.
- Erby, A. N. & Jones, C. T. Wellness of Black/African American counseling professionals: A mixed-methods explanatory sequential analysis. Chi Sigma Iota Excellence in Research Grant
- 2019 Presidential Citation for Outstanding Service, Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development
- 2018 Outstanding Diversity Award, North Central Association for Counselor Education and Supervision