Elliot Tebbe, PhD

Assistant Professor, Program in Human Sexuality (PHS)

Elliot Tebbe

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Assistant Professor, Program in Human Sexuality (PHS)

PhD, Counseling Psychology, University of Florida, 2015

MS, Psychology, University of Florida, 2011

BA, Psychology, Social Welfare, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2009


Elliot Tebbe, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor at the Program in Human Sexuality (PHS). Dr. Tebbe’s clinical approach draws heavily from interpersonal, feminist, and multicultural frameworks. His primary clinical interests and experience centers on working with individuals with diverse gender and sexual orientation identities, particularly around concerns and developmental processes related to relationships, identity formation, and navigating oppression and marginalization, as well as other aspects of mental health and well-being. Dr. Tebbe is actively involved in research related to understanding the contextual factors that relate to health disparities among individuals and communities of people with marginalized sexualities and genders, and he has published and presented his research through a number of nationally-recognized forums and scientific outlets. Dr. Tebbe received his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Florida and completed his Psychology Internship at the University of Minnesota’s Student Counseling Services. He began his career as an Assistant Professor in Counseling Psychology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where he worked from 2015 to 2019 before joining the team at PHS.

Pronouns: he/him/his



Tebbe, E., Allan, B., & Bell, H.a (2019). Work and well-being in TGNC adults: The moderating effect of workplace protections. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 66, 1-13. 

Allan, B., Tebbe, E., Bouchard, L., & Duffy, R. (2018). Access to decent and meaningful work in a sexual minority population. Journal of Career Assessment. Advance online publication. 

Tebbe, E., Moradi, B., Connelly, K. E., Lenzen, A., & Flores, M. (2018). “I don’t care about you as a person:” Sexual minority women objectified. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 65, 1-16. 

Duffy, R. D., Torrey, C. L., England, J. W., & Tebbe, E. (2017). Calling in retirement: A mixed methods study. Journal of Positive Psychology, 12, 399-413. 

Tebbe, E., & Moradi, B. (2016). Suicide risk in trans populations: An application of minority stress theory. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 63, 520-533