Evans H. Spears, Ph. D., CRC
Assistant Professor and Program Director, Masters of Rehabilitation Counseling
1991 Bachelor of Arts in Psychology - Coe College - Cedar Rapids, IA
1994 Master of Arts in Rehabilitation Counseling - University of Iowa - Iowa City, IA
2003 Doctor of Philosophy in Rehabilitation Education - University of Arizona - Tucson, AZ
- 1994 Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC)
- Distance Education
- Substance Abuse Counseling
Stevens, R. and Spears, E.H. (2009). Incorporating photography as a therapeutic tool in counseling. Journal of Creativity in Mental Health. 4. (pp3-16).
Spears, E.H. (2006). Students with HIV/AIDS and school considerations. Teacher Education and Special Education. 29(4). (pp. 213-224).
Aliff, M.M., Spears, E.H., and Finger, C.R. (2006). Cost effective modalities fro use by student chapters of professional organizations in online settings. In G.R. Walz, J.C. Bleuer & R.K. Yep (Eds.), Vistas: Compelling perspectives in counseling 2006. (pp 135-137). Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.
Spears, E.H. (2003). Current perspectives of families of children with HIV/AIDS in regard to school systems. (Doctoral dissertation, The University of Arizona, 2003). Dissertation Abstracts International, 64, (10A), (University Micro Fiche No. E9791 2003 329).
McAllan, L., Friedman, A. and Spears, E. (2000). Change through group work. In A Sales (ed.) Substance Abuse and Counseling: Facilitator’s Manual. (pp161-176). CAPS, Greensboro, NC.
McAllan, L., Friedman, A. and Spears, E. (2000). Empowering clients through group work. In A Sales (ed.) Substance Abuse and Counseling: Facilitator’s Manual. (415-420) CAPS, Greensboro, NC.