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Dr. Glenn is a Teaching Supervisor in Contextual Education with Candler School of Theology at Emory University. Dr. Glenn has previously served as an Adjunct Professor in Pastoral Care and Counseling for McAfee School of Theology at Mercer University. In addition, she teaches mental health related courses for various undergraduate and graduate university programs. Courses include Abnormal Psychology, Family Systems, Pastoral Care and Counseling, Pastoral Theology and Multicultural Counseling. Dr. Glenn completed a Doctorate of Theology degree in Pastoral Counseling at Candler School of Theology, Emory University. Her dissertation research focused on the role of spirituality in young adult childhood-trauma survivor resilience and she published an article in the Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health in 2014 titled “A Bridge Over Troubled Waters: Spirituality and Resilience with Emerging Adult Childhood Trauma Survivors.” That article became one of the most downloaded articles published in Routledge Behavioral Sciences journals in 2014. Dr. Glenn has published several articles and essays related to spiritual identity development, college counseling, and mental health stigma.


      • Article – A Bridge Over Troubled Waters: Spirituality and Resilience with Emerging Adult Childhood Trauma Survivors, Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health (January, 2014)


      • Article – Managing Mental Health Situations in the Advising Office, Academic Advising Today, NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising (May, 2015)


      • Article – A Behavioral Intervention Team at a Two-Year College: Responding to a Case of Suicidal Ideation, Journal of Campus Behavioral Intervention (J-BIT), A publication of the National Behavioral Intervention Team Association (NaBITA), Volume 3 (November, 2015)


      Article – Training Student Leaders in Reporting Sexual Misconduct Incidents at a 2-Year College, Community College Journal of Research and Practice (July, 2016)
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