Paige Nicole Dunlap

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentCounseling

Phone336-285-4381

Fax336-334-7280

Emailpdunlap@ncat.edu

OfficeProctor Hall
Room: 365

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Paige Nicole Dunlap

Education

Ph D: Rehabilitation Counseling and Administration, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, 2009

MS: Rehabilitation Counseling, Southern University and A&M College, 2007

BA: Psychology, Grambling State University, 2004


Research Interests

Paige N. Dunlap, Ph.D. LPC,CRC, NCC, ACS, PVE. Her research focuses on Rehabilitation Counselor Education including counselor supervision and multicultural issues. Specifically, she has published articles on the rehabilitation counseling implications of providing services to gang members and other criminal populations. She serves as the American Rehabilitation Counseling Association's Governing Council Representative to ACA. She also serves on the CRCC Ethics Committee. She has been awarded ACA divisions's Counselor’s for Social Justice Ohana Award and the AMCD –Professional Development Awards.


Recent Publications

Dunlap, Paige  (2017).  Ethical considerations when working with ex-offenders.  (III,  pp. 9-12).  Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (Ed.), Ethics for rehabilitation counselors, Program III.

Harris, Sabrina  Boston, Quintin  Rogers, Keisha  Dunlap, Paige  (2017).  Vocational evaluation of Hispanics: Implications for rehabilitation counseling professionals.  (1,  4,  pp. 33-39).  Journal of Vocational Evaluation.

Russell, Valerie  Dunlap, Paige  (2016).  Assessing probation officers’ knowledge of offenders with intellectual disabilities: A pilot study.  (1,  5,  pp. 80-92).  Journal of Juvenile Justice.

Dunlap, Paige  Russell, Valerie  (2015).  Gang Affiliation and Disability: An Initial Investigation into Rehabilitation Counseling Implications.  (4,  81,  pp. 17).  Journal of Rehabilitation.

Boston, Quintn  Dunlap, Paige  Ethridge, Glacia   Dowden, Angel  Euring, Myshalae  (2015).  Cultural Beliefs and Disability: Implications for Rehabilitation Counsellors.  (37,  pp. 367-374).  International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling.

Boston, Quintin  Shamburger-Rousseau, Aisha  Ethridge, Glacia  Dunlap, Paige  Pitt, Jenelle  Shaw, M  (2015).  Multicultural supervision: Implication for rehabilitation counseling doctoral students .  (2,  7,  pp. 25-31).  Rehabilitation Counselors and Educators Journal.

Boston, Quintin  Ethridge, Glacia  Dunlap, Paige  (2015).  Multicultural supervision: Implication for rehabilitation counseling doctoral students.  In Shane Koch and Ray Feroz   Rehabilitation Counselors and Educators Association Journal.

Huber, Mary  Walker, Quiteya  Dunlap, Paige  Russell, Valerie  Richardson, Taryn  A Revisited Inquiry: A Survey of the Members of the American Rehabilitation Counseling Association (ARCA).   Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin.