Jack Culbreth is a professor and coordinator of the doctoral program in the Department of Counseling at The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Jack received his doctorate from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 1996, and has held teaching positions at The Pennsylvania State University and The University of Virginia.
Jack’s research and training areas include issues of clinical supervision that are unique to the chemical dependency counseling field, the development process for new and experienced clinical supervisors, and the professional development of counselors both in the United States and in different parts of the world.
Jack’s clinical experience includes work in treatment settings as a mental health counselor, chemical dependency treatment counselor, substance abuse prevention counselor, and in the school setting as a student assistance program coordinator and intervention counselor.
His current position allows him to train master’s and doctoral level counselors, counselor educators, and practicing professionals, conduct research in various aspects of clinical supervision, and guide doctoral level research projects.
Jack holds a North Carolina license as a professional counselor and supervisor, a North Carolina license as a chemical addiction specialist and certified clinical supervisor, and is a Nationally Certified Counselor with Master Addiction Counselor and Approved Clinical Supervisor specialty certifications.