Marckdaline Johnson, Ph.D.

Adjunct Instructor, 2021
Division of Behavioral Sciences (Seminary)
B.S.W., Florida State University
M.S.W., Barry University
Ph.D., Nova Southeastern University
Expertise: Counseling, Social Work, Therapy

Dr. Marckdaline Johnson is of Haitian descent and native of Palm Beach County, FL. She graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor’s in Social Work (2003), a Master’s in Social Work from Barry University (2005), and a Doctor of Philosophy in Marriage & Family Therapy (2019) from Nova Southeastern University. Dr. Johnson recently joined South Florida Bible College & Theological Seminary (SFBCTS) in Spring 2021 as an Adjunct Professor. She has taught in the School of Social Work graduate program at Barry University (Miami Shores, FL). In addition to teaching, Dr. Johnson thrives to learn more about abortion and its systemic impact on a micro and macro level. Dr. Johnson is married and has two children. She enjoys spending time with her family, going to the beach, cooking, dancing, and bringing her creative ideas to life.

Johnson, M. (2019). An Exploration of the Lived Experience of Women who had Abortions and the Effects of the Abortion Secret on their Relationships: An Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis.


  • Pastoral Counseling Theories
  • Introduction to Trauma and Resiliency
  • Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice with Individuals
  • Social Work Practice I

Rambo, A., Boyd, T., & Johnson, M. (2011). MFT’s in Schools—Why, How, and Why Now. American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy (AAMFT), annual conference. Fort Worth, TX.