Dr. McGlasson’s sixteen years of clinical experience included residential care, family preservation services, addictions counseling, directing two university counseling centers and private practice. He was a Disaster Mental Health Responder for the American Red Cross, deployed to New York in 2012 to assist in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy and he recently returned from Baton Rouge, LA where he assisted those impacted by the historic floods. He teaches, researches and writes on issues such as professional practice, sexual identity, inclusivity/multicultural care and spirituality.
A bi-racial man with extensive cross-cultural experience, he has been a civic volunteer/mentor in major urban centers, worked with the Blackfeet Nation in Montana and served abroad as a consultant and humanitarian worker in Brazil, Cuba, India, Mexico, Nicaragua and Peru.
Dr. McGlasson frequently presents at regional and national conferences and has spoken to audiences across the country.
Dr. McGlasson holds the Ph.D. in Counseling and master’s degrees in both counseling and theology.