Trenton J. Landon, Ph.D.
Areas of Interest
- Rehabilitation Counseling
- Professional Development of Counselors
- Clinical Supervision
- Ethics and Ethical Decision Making
- Rural Rehabilitation
- Social Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities
Trenton (Trent) Landon graduated from Michigan State University with his PhD in Rehabilitation Counselor Education in 2016. Prior to Michigan State, Dr. Landon worked for seven years as a rehabilitation counselor in a state agency. During his time with the state agency, Dr. Landon was assigned a general caseload, but also had the opportunity to work with transition age youth from three different high schools, participate in the mental health and drug courts programs, and serve as the agency liaison to a state psychiatric hospital. Presently, Dr. Landon teaches master level coursework in the Rehabilitation Counseling program. His research interests include the professional development of counselors, clinical supervision, ethics and ethical decision-making, rural rehabilitation, and social inclusion of individuals with disabilities.