Shirlene Augustine

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentCounseling

Phone336-285-4397

Fax336-334-7280

Emailsaugusti@ncat.edu

OfficeProctor Hall
Room: 331

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Shirlene Augustine

Education

Ph D: Guidance and Psychological Services, Indiana State University, 1995

MS: Agency Counseling, Indiana State University, 1991

BS: Psychology, Indiana State University, 1990


Research Interests

School Counseling, Spirituality, Multicultural Competence, International Counseling, HIV/AIDS, International Immersions; Academic Advising


Recent Publications

Mathew, Shalini  Khan, Amber  Leak, Yasmin  Augustine, Shirlene  Whittaker, Tyra  (2018).  Case Management in Allied Health.  Case Management for the Health, Human, and Vocational Rehabilitation Services   Aspen Publishers.

Fish, L'Tanya  Augustine, Shirlene  (2015).  School Counselors & Vocational rehabilitation counselors: Collaborating for high school students with disabilities success.  In Drs. Garry Walz and Jeanne Bleuer  (21,  ).  VISTAS Online.

Augustine, Shirlene  Dowden, Angel  Wiggins, Angel  Hall, LaCheata  (2014).  International immersion in Belize: Fostering Counseling Students’ cultural self-awareness. .  (4,  36,  pp. 468-484).   International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling.

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  Augustine, Shirlene  Waldrum, Sharon  (2012).  Chronic Disability and women of color: Implications for rehabilitation professionals..  (1,  6,  pp. 92-101).  Rehabilitation Counselors and Educators Association Journal.

Augustine, Shirlene  Wagner, Miriam  (2012).  Poised for great development: School counseling in Belize..  (4,  34,  pp. 320-330).  International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling.

Augustine, Shirlene  (2011).  School Counselor’s Competence and Comfort with Spirituality..  (2,  55,  pp. 149-156).  Counseling Values.