Scott Beveridge

Scott Beveridge
Associate Professor, Counseling
(202) 994-2473

Dr. Beveridge has been awarded $750,000 in grants from the U.S. Department of Education Rehabilitation Services Administration as a Principal Investigator since joining GWU in 2007.

Previously at the University of Maryland, Dr. Beveridge served as a Co-Director on $3,000,000 in grants from the U.S. Department of Education Rehabilitation Services Administration.

He is a past President of the Chesapeake Association of Rehabilitation Professionals, an organization that represents rehabilitation counselors, nurses, and physical therapists in Maryland, Delaware and the District of Columbia. He currently serves as a Commissioner for the Counsel on Rehabilitation Education (CORE) the accrediting institution for our 7th ranked Rehabilitation Counseling Program. Dr. Beveridge was nominated and elected Chair of CORE’s Graduate Commission on Standards and Accreditation.

Dr. Beveridge serves on the editorial boards for the Journal of Rehabilitation Research, Policy and Education, Australian Journal of Rehabilitation Counseling, the Rehabilitation Professional and the Journal of Forensic Rehabilitation Abstracts.

Education
Ph.D, University of Maryland College Park
A.G.S., The University of Maryland
M.A, Towson State University
B.S, Towson State University

Publications

Beveridge, S., Karpen, S., Hadjiyane, M., Weiss, B., & Liu, X. (2014). A mixed-methods case study of an online forensic rehabilitation counseling graduate certificate program. The Rehabilitation Professional, 22(2), 149-162.

Beveridge, S., Karpen, S. (2014). Online Distance Education: The JDJP program increases the learning capacity of under-represented rehabilitation counseling professionals. Journal of Forensic Vocational Analysis, 15(1), 18-24.

Beveridge, S., McDaniel, R., & Karpen, S. (2014). Forensic rehabilitation and case management. In D. Edwards (Ed.) A Case Study Approach to Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling. Linn Creek, MO: Aspen Professional Services.

Beveridge, S., & McDaniel, R. (2013). Forensic Rehabilitation. In D. Strauser (2013). Career Development, Employment, and Disability: From Theory to Practice. New York, NY: Springer Publishing.

Beveridge, S., Karpen, S., & France, K. (2013). Importance and frequency ratings of ethical dilemmas experienced by forensic, private and public sector rehabilitation counselors. The Rehabilitation Professional, 21(2), 29-44.

Hergenrather, K. C., McGuire-Kuletz, M., Beveridge, S., Gitlin, D. J., & Barone, C. (2011). Young adulthood and human development: Applications for persons with disabilities. In A. Sales (Ed.) Human Growth Development Considerations for Rehabilitation Counselors. Linn Creek, MO: Aspen Professional Services.

Beveridge, S. (2011). George Washington University’s forensic rehabilitation counseling program. The Vocational Expert, 26(1), 11.

Beveridge, S. (2011). American board of vocational expert’s program evaluation survey results. Journal of Forensic Rehabilitation Abstracts, 1(2), 124.

Schwallie-Giddis, P., & Beveridge, S. (2010). Don’t expect complete rebound in jobs picture in short term. Solutions Outlook 2010, 6(2), 58-59.

Beveridge, S. (2010). Forensic rehabilitation counseling at the George Washington University. The Rehabilitation Professional, 18(3).

Fabian, E., Beveridge, S., & Ethridge, G., (2009). Differences in perceptions of career barriers and supports for people with disabilities by demographic, background and case status factors. Journal of Rehabilitation, 75, 41-49.

In the News

GSEHD is pleased to announce the following faculty promotions: Dr. Scott Beveridge to Associate Professor, Dr. Michael Corry to Professor, Dr. Laura Engel to Associate Professor, Dr. Ellen Goldman to Professor, and Dr. Lionel Howard to Associate Professor. Congratulations!