Joseph Constantine, Ph.D., CCC-SLP is a speech-language pathologist (SLP) with over 25 years of clinical experience working with both adults and children. He is based in Pittsburgh, PA. Prior to joining Fielding Graduate University, Dr. Constantine’s experiences included establishing the first-ever speech-language program worldwide at a charter school for homeless children; teaching and supervising numerous communication disorders classes and clinics at the University of South Florida, the University of Louisville School of Medicine, Eastern Kentucky University, and California University of Pennsylvania; and serving as the Director of several intensive stuttering treatment programs for children, teens, and adults. He also has frequently presented at national and international conferences on the topic of communication anxiety and his research has been featured in highly regarded scholarly journals. Dr. Constantine is licensed as a speech-language pathologist in Florida, California, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia. He is passionate about reaching underserved communities and utilizing holistic methods that address the whole person by integrating mental, emotional, social, and physical aspects of communication. He will often employ mindfulness, CBT, biofeedback, body scan, music, and theater arts to enhance student and client experiences.
Industry Expertise (2)
Areas of Expertise (1)
College of Education, University of South Florida: Ph.D., Early Childhood Education, Curriculum and Instruction with a Cognate in Mental Health Counseling 2004
University of South Florida: M.S., Speech-Language Pathology 1993
University of South Florida: B.A., Interdisciplinary Social Sciences with a Concentration in Speech/Language/Hearing Science 1991
Event Appearances (6)
6 Ways to Selective Mutism. Southwestern Pennsylvania Speech-Language- Hearing Association
SWPSHA, 2021 Zoom Teleconference
SLP Students in Crisis: Fear, Panic, & Depression. Kentucky Speech-Language- Hearing Association
Kentucky Speech Language Hearing Association Annual Conference, 2021 Louisville, KY
On the Go with Professor Joe: Podcast interviews with communication experts from around the world
https://soundcloud.com/professorjoe, 2020 Pittsburgh, PA
A hard look at soft skills: Evaluating professional dispositions in academic programs
Pedagogicon 2019 Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY
Innovative clinical practices in speech-language pathology: motor learning
Embracing Change Annual Conference, 2019 Richmond, KY
Enhancing self-efficacy with accommodating learning environments
Kentucky Speech Language Hearing Association Annual Conference, 2019 Lexington, KY
What is self-efficacy and how do we support it?SMA Communicator, Summer Edition
Constantine, J.L. (2019). What is self-efficacy and how do we support it? SMA Communicator, Summer Edition. Selective Mutism Association.
Best practices guidebook: supporting student selfefficacy.Bluegrass Center for Teacher Quality
Constantine, J.L., Robinson, J, & Fernald, J. (2019). Best practices guidebook: supporting student selfefficacy. Bluegrass Center for Teacher Quality. Barbourville, Kentucky.
Perceptions of selective mutism: A survey of school-based speech-language pathologists.Eastern Kentucky University Honors Thesis 456
Constantine, J.L. & Dorsey, G.M. (2017). Perceptions of selective mutism: A survey of school-based speech-language pathologists. Eastern Kentucky University Honors Thesis 456. https://encompass.edu/honors_theses/456.
Best practices guidebook: professional learning communitiesBluegrass Center for Teacher Quality
Courtney, M.B., Constantine, J.L., & Trosper, J. (2017). Best practices guidebook: professional learning communities. Bluegrass Center for Teacher Quality. Barbourville, Kentucky.
Real time processing in picture naming in adults who stutter: ERP evidenceClinical Neurophysiology
Maxfield, N.D., Morris, K., Frisch, S.A., Morphew, K., & Constantine, J.L. (2015). Real time processing in picture naming in adults who stutter: ERP evidence. Clinical Neurophysiology, 2, 284-296.