Kathleen Glaus is a clinical psychologist who received her Ph.D. degree from Ohio University in 1977 and her Psy.D. degree from Wright State University in 1987. She also completed the Management Development Program, Harvard Business School, Harvard University, in 1993.
Kathleen has been licensed as a psychologist since 1978. She has received extensive training in behavioral, cognitive-behavioral, Gestalt and systems approaches to therapy. She has specialized in the treatment of depression and anxiety, alcohol and drug dependence, and the application if psychological interventions in the treatment of chronic and acute illness. She also has special expertise in working with people who are gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender. In addition to working with individuals, couples and groups, Kathleen has experience in consulting to hospitals and Community Mental Health Centers, and she is trained to perform crisis interventions with businesses.
Kathleen loves to write. She has authored numerous articles, book chapters and published manuscripts. She served as Consulting Editor for the journal, Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. She has also presented a large number of professional presentations at national and international conferences and she has been he recipient of numerous state and federal grants and contracts.
Kathleen also likes to relax and have fun. She is an experienced traveler with particular interest in adventure travel to developing areas of the world. In connection with travel, Kathleen reads extensively on subjects related to culture and cultural diversity. She is a scuba diver with advanced diving certification and has an interest in marine animal life. She is also an avid bicyclist and cross-country skier and she works out at a gym on a regular basis.