Dr. Greg Phipps is a counselor, counselor educator, and higher education professional living in Greensboro, North Carolina. A former photographer and designer, Dr. Phipps transitioned into counseling after going through his own career counseling. Since then, he has forged a path toward helping others. He has a Master’s of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a doctorate in Rehabilitation Counseling and Counselor Education. As a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPCA) in North Carolina and National Certified Counselor (NCC), he has a passion for serving individuals, couples, and families with a variety of mental health and wellness needs. In addition, he works in higher education as a counselor educator and Director of Institutional Effectiveness for North Carolina A&T State University. He can be found on occasion leading workshops and trainings within the Greensboro community on counseling and wellness related topics.
Friends and peers have called Greg a true renaissance man, mostly because of his eclectic background and appreciation for new experiences. He has a love of cultural diversity and strong bent toward justice, which is reflected in his work with clients and research on multicultural competence and racial identity of counselors. He believes people flourish when encouraged, and enjoys helping others work through difficult life circumstances. Dr. Phipps also has a background and affinity for the benefits of technology, but feels we should unplug more often. This drives his focus on technology related addictions in counseling. He strongly believes in the power of the individual, but finds most everything is done better in community.