Articles by Glena Andrews, PhD, ABPP
Glena Andrews joined the doctor of psychology program at George Fox University as a professor of clinical psychology and director of clinical training in 2014. She arrived with more than 30 years of higher education experience, serving the previous 18 years as a professor of psychology at Northwest Nazarene University. During that tenure, she was a department chair for the psychology and sociology (1999-2005), psychology (2006-08) and behavioral sciences and cultural studies (2008-10) departments. Prior to Northwest Nazarene, Andrews taught psychology at Whitworth University (1993-96) and Eastern Nazarene College (1988-92). She has conducted research with undergraduate students in cognitive and neuropsychological developments of children, teens and adults with brain anomalies, and attention deficit disorder. Andrews holds a postdoctoral degree in clinical psychopharmacology from the California School of Professional Psychology-Alliant International University (2006), a PhD in clinical psychology from Fuller Theological Seminary (1988), and an MA in clinical psychology from the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs (1983).
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