Faculty & Staff Detail
John M. Kiweewa, Ph.D., LMHC
Title: Assistant Professor
Phone: (585) 385-5229
Education: Ph.D., M.A., Syracuse University
M.S., Community Counseling, University of Scranton
M.A., University of Scranton
B.A., Makerere University
Clinical and Professional Interests: Therapeutic foster care, Psychosocial aspects of HIV/AIDS, Global mental health, Counselor personal growth and development, Social justice issues in counseling.
GMHC 515: Process of Counseling Clients from Diverse Backgrounds
GMHC 535 & 536: Group Theory & Process/Group Activity
GMHC 550: Counseling Practicum
GMHC 590: Assessment and Intervention in Child and Adolescent Disorders
GMHC 575: Research and Program Evaluation
GMHC 650: Counseling Internship
Kastberg, S. M., Jordan, R., Kiweewa, J. M., & Clingerman, T. (2014). Counselor as client: Emerging answers and new questions. The Practitioner Scholar: Journal of Counseling and Professional Psychology, 3(1).
Kiweewa, J. M., Gilbride, D. D., Luke, M., & Seward, D. (2013). Endorsement of growth factors in experiential training groups. Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 38 (1), 68-93.
Luke, M., & Kiweewa, J. M. (2010). Personal growth and awareness of counseling trainees in an experiential group. Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 35(4), 365-388
Kiweewa, J. M. (2008). Uganda's HIV/AIDS success story: Reviewing the evidence. Journal of Development and Social Transformation, 5, 53-61