Mpofu, E

Elias Mpofu, PhD, DED, CRC, Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of Johannesburg and is professor of rehabilitation counseling at the University of Sydney, Australia. Formerly professor of rehabilitation services at the Pennsylvania State University, he is also affiliate professor of rehabilitation psychology at the University Wisconsin and Graduate Faculty at the University of Kentucky. Dr. Elias Mpofu, is lead editor of Assessment in Rehabilitation and Health (2010: Pearson), and Rehabilitation and Health Assessment Applying ICF guidelines (2010: Springer) both of which are seminal textbooks applying the WHO-ICF to assessment for rehabilitation intervention. He is editor of two leading book titles: Counseling People of African Ancestry (2011: Cambridge University Press), and Community-Oriented Health Services: Practices Across Disciplines (2015) which addresses inclusive health and wellbeing practices in communities with diversity. Dr. Mpofu is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Psychology in Africa and consulting editor for Psychological Assessment, the flagship assessment journal of the American Psychological Association. Dr. Mpofu’s assessment research interests coalesce around integrative person-centric assessments: their design, implementation and evaluation for use in local and international settings.