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Irene Phillips

Position: Adjunct Associate Professor Department: Occupational Therapy

Contact Info

Office: FL Atkins 443 Phone: 336) 750-3177

Biography

Irene Phillips, Ed.D., MPA, MA OTR/L is an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Occupational Therapy Master of Science program at Winston-Salem State University. Occupational Therapy career is inclusive of full-time tenured faculty until 2008; plus clinical experience in mental health and aging. Teaching comprises activity analysis and physical condition courses. Primary interests encompass aging, mental health, and spirituality with credentials as an Arthritis Self-Help Leader through the American Arthritis Foundation; Fitness and Nutrition Certificate, Penn Foster School; Military Counseling Academy Certificate, American Counseling Association; HIV Pre and Post Test Counseling Certificate, North Carolina HIV Training Center at Duke University and the HBCU Health Promotion Alliance; and Clinical Case Manager, State University of New York, School of Social Welfare.

Educational Background

  • EdD Pastoral Community Counseling, 2003, Argosy University, Sarasota, Florida
  • Master of Arts, Occupational Therapy, 1993, New York University, New York, New York
  • Master of Public Administration, 1981, University of Southern California, Washington Public Affairs Center, Washington, D.C.
  • Bachelor of Science, Social Welfare, 1979, State University of New York, Old Westbury, New York
  • State of North Carolina Board of Occupational Therapy, 1998 - present
  • HIV Pre & Post Test Counseling Certificate, 2003, North Carolina HIV Training Center at Duke University and the HBCU Health Promotion Alliance
  • Clinical Case Manager Certificate, 1997, State University of New York, School of Social Welfare