Quintin Boston

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentCounseling

Phone336-285-4396

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Emailqboston@ncat.edu

OfficeProctor Hall
Room: 372

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Quintin Boston

Education

Ph D: College Student Counseling and Personnel Services, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, 2009

MA: Rehabilitation & Mental Healthcare, Unversity of South Florida, 2005

BA: Psychology, University of South Florida, 2003


Research Interests

Cultural Beliefs Towards Disability Counselor Education and Supervision Multicultural Issues in Counseling


Recent Publications

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.

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.

Dowden, Angel  Miller, Traci  Cooper, Tiffany  Wiggins, Angel  Augustine, Shirlene  Boston, Quintin  (2014).  Understanding and addressing severe disruptive behaviors among school age children: School counselors' role.  In Henry Harris  (1,  9,  pp. 4-13).  NC Perspectives.

Boston, Quintin  (2014).  Understanding and addressing severe disruptive behaviors among school age children: School counselors' role.   NC Perspectives.

Boston, Quintin  (2014).  A phenomenological analysis of invisibility among African American males: Implications for clinical practice and client retention.   The Professional Counselor.