MEET DR. SABRINA TAYLOR
Professor. CEO. Disability Rights Advocate.
As a servant leader, it is my intention to utilize my talent to advocate for those in underserved communities, persons with disabilities, persons of color, and first generation college students. Over the course of my career, I have been intentional about serving as an advocate. It is my calling and it is my purpose. Thank you for viewing my website to learn more about how I can serve you and your agency.
Dr. Sabrina Harris Taylor is a tenured Assistant Professor at Coppin State University and serves as the undergraduate program coordinator for the Undergraduate Rehabilitation Services Program housed in the Department of Psychology, Counseling, and Behavioral Health. She also serves as the co-coordinator of the Comprehensive Post-Secondary Education Project at Coppin State University and teaches in the Graduate Rehabilitation Counseling Program.
Dr. Taylor graduated from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University with a PhD in Rehabilitation Counseling and Rehabilitation Counselor Education in 2016. She has a Masters Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University and a bachelor’s degree from Elon University in Human Services. Dr. Taylor is also certified as a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, Work Incentives Practitioner, and Certified Veterans Rehabilitation Counselor. Dr. Taylor has certifications in Vocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment, Work Incentives Counseling, Behavioral Addictions, and online teaching.
For the past five years, Dr. Taylor has taught graduate-level counseling courses geared towards rehabilitation and addictions counseling majors at Coppin State University. Prior to working in academia, Dr. Taylor worked for the Department of Veteran Affairs as a rehabilitation counselor. She served over 200 veterans with service-connected disabilities and addictions during her tenure at the VA and assisted 65 veterans with obtaining a college degree and career. She also owned and operated a family care home in North Carolina.
Dr. Taylor serves her community by serving as a 2021-2022 President-Elect of the Maryland Counselors for Social Justice. This organization advocates for equality and social justice for persons of color and marginalized groups. In addition, she provides work incentives counseling services to consumers with disabilities privately.
Dr. Taylor is married to her husband, Whitney, and has a daughter, Whitney Elizabeth. She is also a pet mother to Seabreeze. In her free time, Dr. Taylor enjoys traveling with her family and game night with her friends.
Sabrina Taylor has been published in a number of leading journals and periodicals and has gained a name as a leading voice in their area. They have been privileged to collaborate with some influential senior academics.
VOCATIONAL EVALUATION OF LATINOS WITH DISABILITIES: EMPLOYMENT IMPLICATIONS
Harris, S., Boston, Q., Rogers, L., & Dunlap, P. (2017). Vocational evaluation of latinos with
disabilities. VECAP Journal.
UNDERSTANDING DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CORE AND CACREP COUNSELORS-IN-TRAINING PERCEPTIONS OF SELF
Harris, S., Liles, R., Brooks, M., Whittaker, T., Ethridge, G., Blalock, K., Boston, Q. (2017).
Understanding differences between core and cacrep counselors-in-training perceptions of self
efficacy. International Journal of Social Science Studies, 7(1).
TAKING YOUR CAREER TO THE NEXT STEP.
Taylor, S. Taking your Career to the Next Step. Chapter 13. In textbook of Practicum & Internship Manual: A resource for Rehabilitation and Human Services Professionals. 2019. 1st edition.