Liat Johnson

Liat Johnson earned her Bachelors of Arts in psychology and her Masters of Social Work from The Ohio State University. She has over 17 years of experience working in various community mental health agencies serving youth and families, as well as different levels of care in mental health and alcohol and other drug treatment programs. Liat has been in a Supervisory position for over 10 years. Liat has spent the last 8 years of her career contracting services to various organizations to include being a Clinical Director of a privately owned community mental health agency, teaching Masters level social workers at The Ohio State University, and providing resiliency training and facilitating debriefings as an Employee Assistance Clinician at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Her current academic interests include studying the ethical decision-making process for practicing social workers, exploring how bias impacts ethical decisions and exploring effective strategies in teaching social workers ethical decision-making.