Dr. Joseph Constantine
Welcome Dr. Joseph Constantine to Fielding Graduate University. He is a new core faculty member in the Infant and Early Childhood Development (IECD) program and brings an eclectic background with seasoned academic and clinical experience. Dr. Constantine has a PhD in Curriculum & Instruction with a Cognate in Mental Health Counseling and has begun working with IECD students on their curriculum integration, research tactics, and leadership skills development.
Dr. Joseph Constantine brings 25+ years experience working with children, teens, and families in educational and healthcare settings. His background includes specialized clinical expertise in the treatment of stuttering, autism, and selective mutism. As a seasoned academic, he also has presented extensively at national and international conferences and published articles on the topic of communication anxiety. He is a recipient of the KSHA-ASHA Foundation Clinical Achievement Award (Kentucky) and the prestigious Annie Glenn National Leadership Award. Dr. Constantine is passionate about utilizing holistic methods that integrate mental, emotional, social, and physical aspects of communication. He often employs mindfulness, CBT, biofeedback, body scan, music, and theater arts to enhance client and student experiences.