Dr. Tiffany Stoner-Harris
Dr. Stoner-Harris received her Bachelor of Science in Sociology from Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN and her Master of Science in Community Counseling from Western Illinois University. She completed her Doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision from the University of Iowa, with an emphasis on women's issues. Her scholarly and research interest include a focus on multiculturalism, victimization, substance abuse, and community engagement with oppressed populations. Dr. Stoner-Harris' clinical experiences with youth include early intervention counseling with young children and their families who have been exposed to violence, and victim services individual and group counseling with school age children and adolescents in schools, community and youth correctional settings. Her clinical experiences with adults include victim services individual and group group counseling in community and correctional settings, and individual and group substance abuse counseling in both in-patient and out-patient substance abuse treatment settings. She is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) in the state of Illinois and a National Certified Counselor (NCC). Dr. Stoner-Harris is currently working with a local community center to provide a support group to survivors of sexual abuse, and with an after school program to promote counselor engagement in the community. She currently serves as the faculty advisor to the Chi Sigma Iota Honors Society Xi Chapter at Western Illinois University. She enjoys spending time with her daughters, family and friends, traveling, reading, swimming and watching musicals and ballets.