Dr. Sabrina Singleton, Ph.D., CRC, ALC

Vocational Consultant,
Vocational & Rehabilitation Consultants, LLC

Contact Details

Vocational & Rehabilitation Consultants, LLC
Birmingham, AL 35244
Work: 601-583-6531

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For almost a decade, I have worked with clients, families, institutions/facilities, and schools in providing services that help individuals maintain or obtain employment and remain in their home and community.  I am a former state vocational and independent living rehabilitation counselor.  I have transitioned to the private sector in the rehabilitation counseling field.  I handle and accept new clients from law firms, local education agencies, individuals, insutance companies, businesses, and state agencies. 

My experience include workers's compensation and personal injury cases, transition supports and services, Special Education law,  job placement services as an employment network provider for the SSA Ticket to Work program, vocational expert with the Office of Hearing Operations, and educator as an adjunct professor in the transition specialist program at Assumption College.  I have taught courses in the Rehabilitation Counseling field for several semesters.  I have also published numerous articles as it relates to individuals with disabilities.  In addition, I am a peer reviewer for the journal Career Development and Transition for Exceptional Individuals. 

I earned a doctoral degree in special education from The University of Southern Mississippi, a masters degree in rehabilitation counseling from Southern University A & M, and a bachelors degree in social and rehabilitation services from The University of Southern Mississippi. Please fell free to contact me at (601) 583-6531 for consultation services, speaking engagements, and referrals from businesses and individuals.


  • Certified Rehabilitation Counselor
  • Social Security Administration Vocational Expert


The University of Southern Mississippi
Hattiesburg, Mississippi, United States
Ph.D., 2016
Special Education
2011 To 2016
Dissertation: Transition Outcomes of Young Adults with Disabilities: A Social Cognitive Career Theory Perspective
Advisor: Hollie Gabler Filce

Southern University A & M
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States
M.S., 2010
Rehabilitation Counseling
2008 To 2010

The University of Southern Mississippi
Hattiesburg, Mississippi, United States
B.S., 2004
Social & Rehabilitation Services
2000 To 2004

Job History

Vocational & Rehabilitation Consultants, LLC
Vocational Consultant
Birmingham, AL, United States
October 2016 - present