Hi, I am Dr. Sabrina M. Singleton, CRC, CVE, ALC
Director, Owner, & Clinical Practitioner
I started Vocational and Rehabilitation Consultants in 2016 out of the need to assist individuals with disabilities to lead productive lives. The services we provide are to help those who are motivated and has a desire to make a productive change in their life. In addition, we assist those who don't know where to turn or where to start when it comes to dealing with a disabling condition. We provide services to assist those who desire to overcome their disability, seek alternative routes in their career, and ultimately want to try life again through the participation in employment and/or independent living. Our services are aimed at attorneys who handle cases with clients that have been injured on the job or sustained a life-altering injury through an accident. Additionally, our services are for youth and young adults who need extra support in order to successfully transition to adulthood. Our services are for those who need the expertise of someone with the training and experience in disability service, career service, and that can help identify resources when needed. My goal is to provide the support needed and to rehabilitate individuals as close as possible to their pre-injury state or provide alternative paths for those needing a career change.
I am a Forensic Vocational Expert, Disability Consultant, and Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor. I have over 18 years of academic knowledge and practical experience in the disability field. I have been qualified as a vocational expert on thousands of Social Security Disability hearings. I provide job placement services as an Employment Network Provider for the Social Security Administration Ticket to Work Program. I provide vocational consulting services in litigation cases with injured workers as a vocational expert. I provide litigation support services with cases in workers’ compensation, personal injury, medical malpractice, education law, employment law, and marital dissolution. My education includes a Doctorate of Philosophy degree in Special Education and has provided me with additional knowledge, experience, and expertise in the complexities and difficulties of disabilities. Additionally, I have a Master of Science degree in Rehabilitation Counseling, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Social and Rehabilitation Services. My education, training, and experience have prepared me to evaluate the career potential of individuals and in providing career counseling services. In addition to being a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, Certified Vocational Evaluation Specialist, and Associated Licensed Counselor, I am an adjunct professor in the Master of Rehabilitation Counselor program at Alabama State University and previously taught at Jackson State University and Assumption College. I have published numerous articles regarding individuals with disabilities. My entire career has focused on individuals with disabilities. I am a member of the International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals, National Career Development Association, and the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification.
I am a former advance level state rehabilitation counselor with experience in the aspect of independent living and vocational rehabilitation. I am a certified rehabilitation counselor which is recognized nationally as someone who is trained to work with various disabling conditions, qualified to evaluate the needs of individuals, and skilled to assist individuals with disabilities to overcome or manage the personal, social, and psychological effects of disabilities on employment. I managed the Medicaid Waiver Programs under the Home and Community Based Waiver. These programs consisted of the Independent Living Waiver and the Traumatic Brain Injury and Spinal Cord Injury Waiver. In addition, I worked as a state vocational rehabilitation counselor by assisting individuals with disabilities with adjusting to their disability and in maintaining or obtaining employment.