RESEARCH + SCHOLARSHIP
Primary areas of interest and research include:
behavioral addictions (technology, eating disorders, video games)
creativity in counseling
technology in counseling education and practice
Booth, C. S., & Phipps, G. S. (2013) Eating disorders on college campuses. In S. Degges-White & C. Borzumato-Gainey (Eds.), College counseling: A developmental approach (p. 155-183). New York: Springer Publishing.
MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION
Phipps, G. S. (2018). Exploring the relationship between White racial identity development and multicultural counseling competence of counselors-in-training at predominantly White Institutions and historically Black colleges and universities. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, Greensboro, NC.
Whittaker, T., Phipps, G. S., Washington, J., White, N., Evans, C., & Euring, M. (2018) Temporary minority: Exploring the lived experiences of White students in HBCU counseling programs. Manuscript in preparation.
Phipps, G. S., & Brooks, M. (2018). Beginning counseling practicum student worries at an HBCU. Manuscript in preparation.
Culver, S., & Phipps, G. S. (2018). According to faculty, the most important reasons for doing assessment at an HBCU. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Brooks, M., & Phipps, G. S. (Eds.). Law enforcement and implications of violence on the counseling profession [Special issue]. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Phipps, G. S., (2018, June). Breaking down barriers: Cultivating effective assessment through old-fashioned trial and error. Presentation at the Watermark Engage Conference in Austin, TX.
Culver, S., & Phipps, G. S., (2018, February). According to faculty, the most important reasons for doing assessment at an HBCU. Presentation at the Eastern Educational Research Association Conference in Clearwater, FL.
Phipps, G. S., & Evans, C. (2017, October). Temporary minorities in a majority world: Exploring the lived experiences of Caucasian graduate counseling students at a Historically Black College and University. Poster presented at the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference. Chicago, IL.
Whittaker, T., Washington, J., Phipps, G. S. (2016, April). Mirror mirror: Exploring lived experiences of Caucasian students at HBCU counseling programs. Poster presented at the annual National Council on Rehabilitation Education Conference. Newport Beach, CA.
Phipps, G. S. (2014, April). Efficacy of technology training in a counseling education program. Poster presented at the Rehabilitation of Ethnic Minorities with Behavioral Addictions (REMBA) Conference. “Building a Network of Recovery in Communities” in Greensboro, NC.
Booth, C. S., & Phipps, G. S. (2013, April). Compulsive overeating: An addiction epidemic. Presentation at the Rehabilitation of Ethnic Minorities with Behavioral Addictions (REMBA) Conference - “Moving Outside the Box of Trauma and Addiction: Fostering Resilience, Hope, and Recovery in Communities of Color” in Greensboro, NC.
Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE): Performance Partnership Pilots (P3) CFDA Number 84.420A Grant - Develop STAREE (Students That Are Ready for Employment and Education) Program (2016). Participated in writing a grant to fund a special program for increasing post-secondary education and employment of Guilford County, North Carolina high school graduates. This $330,000 grant was created as part of a workshop on grant writing and was not funded. It was a learning experience and not an actual grant submission. (Co-Principal Investigator)
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