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Greg Phipps

Core Faculty

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

School of Counseling

Degree Program M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Dr. Greg Phipps’ formal training is in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Rehabilitation Counseling, and Counselor Education. He has been a member of the counseling profession for 9 years. Prior to serving as a counselor and counselor educator, Dr. Phipps was a photographer/designer for over a decade. Since moving into the counseling field, Dr. Phipps has counseled in agency and private practice settings and taught for several universities as an adjunct instructor. In addition, Dr. Phipps served as the Director of Institutional Effectiveness for North Carolina A&T State University helping to track strategic priorities, assess administrative and academic units, and encourage compliance for accreditation efforts.

Dr. Phipps’ current research interests focus on multicultural counseling competence, White racial identity development of counselors, and behavioral addictions. He has presented at several conferences and has published peer-reviewed articles and one co-authored book chapter in the areas of counseling and higher education.

Education

PhD, North Carolina A&T State University - Greensboro, NC United States

MS, North Carolina A&T State University - Greensboro, NC United States

BFA, Missouri State University - Springfield, MO United States

Post-master's Certificate, North Carolina A&T State University - Greensboro, NC United States

Public Service

Priority Health Initiative, Board Member - Greensboro, NC United States

Awards / Honors

JMCD Emerging Reviewer, Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development (JMCD), 2019

Publications

Brooks, M., Phipps, G. S. (2020). What the 4th of July Meant to the Slave: A Revisit of the 1852 Speech by Frederick Douglass. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development.

Brooks, M., Phipps, G. S. (2019). Special Issue: Counseling African American Clients in the Era of Black Lives Matter, Police Brutality, and Media Stereotypes. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development.

Whittaker, T., Phipps, G. S., Washington, J., White, N., Evans, C., Euring, M. (2020). Temporary Minority: Exploring the Lived Experiences of White Students in HBCU Counseling Programs.

Culver, S., Phipps, G. S. (2019). According to Faculty, the Most Important Reasons for Doing Assessment at an HBCU. Journal of Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness.

Booth, C. S., Phipps, G. S. (2013). Eating Disorders on College Campuses.

Presentations

Anandavalli, S., Moh, Y., Jenkins, K., Phipps, G. S. (2019). In Search of Multicultural Research Methodologies. Association for Assessment and Research.

Anandavalli, S., Jenkins, K., Moh, Y., Phipps, G. S. (2020). Multicultural Mentorship for Minoritized Students and Faculty of Color. Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development.

Culver, S., Phipps, G. S. (2018). According to Faculty, the Most Important Reasons for Doing Assessment at an HBCU. Eastern Educational Research Association.

Phipps, G. S., Evans, C. (2017). Temporary Minorities in a Majority World: Exploring the Lived Experiences of Caucasian Graduate Counseling Students at a Historically Black College and University.. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision.

Whittaker, T., Washington, J., Phipps, G. S. (2016). Mirror Mirror: Exploring Lived Experiences of Caucasian Students at HBCU Counseling Programs. National Council on Rehabilitation Education.