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Tina Marie Glover
Department of School of Professional Counseling
Title:Assistant Professor/Resident Faculty Supervisor
Degrees:Ph.D.
Counseling (Emphasis in Counselor Education and Supervision, CACREP) Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, (2012)

M.S. Ed.
Rehabilitation Counseling; Community Counseling, (CACREP)
Portland State University, Portland, Oregon, (2005)

B.S.
Double major: Psychology and A.S. Behavioral Science and Sociology
Portland State University, Portland, Oregon, (2002)
Southwestern College, Chula Vista, California (1997)
E-mail:glovert@lindsey.edu
Phone:(270) 352-3459
Current Licenses and Certifications:

CADC
Oregon Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, Level II
Certification # 02-11-101

QMHP
Oregon Qualified Mental Health Professional

LPC
License Professional Counselor
Certification #2140

NCAC
National Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, Level II
Certification # 013896

CRC
Certified Rehabilitation Counselor
Certification # 00085421
Publications:

Dissertation And Publications:

Foster, L.  M. & Glover, T. M. (Submitted) African American rites of passage and its efficacy on youth sexual

             practice: The Journal for Humanistic Counseling, Education, and Development (JHCEAD)

 Glover, T. M (Pending Submission) Assessment and Treatment Practices of a Mental Health Clinician Working

with Black/African Americans: A Single-Case Study

 Glover, T. M. (Pending Submission) A Review of the Literature Exploring Culturally Competent Assessment and

Generational Trauma as Race-Based Stress: Implications for Assessment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Black/African Americans

 Glover, T. M. (2012) Exploration of Culturally Proficient Mental Health Assessment and Treatment Practices of

           Black/African Americans, Oregon State University

Presentations AT Professional Meetings (Full List upon request):

Glover, T.M. (2012).  Assessment and Treatment Practices of Black/African Americans: Association for

Assessment in Counseling and Education, National Assessment and Research Conference, Orlando, FL.

 Glover, T.M. (2012). Effective Black Parenting Program:  Project Network, Culturally Specific  

                                Women's Treatment Program, Portland, OR. (Repeat presenter and educator)

  Glover, T.M. (2012). Effective Black Parenting Program:  Black Parent Initiative, Parent University,

                                Portland, OR.  (Repeat presenter and educator)

Glover, T.M. (2011). Let's talk about sex: How generation millennial views sexual practices

                                in relationships:  Department of Human Services Adolescent Sexuality Conference, 

                               Seaside, OR.  

Glover, T.M. (2011). Systemic nature of sex-trafficking and local news: George Fox

University Awareness event, George Fox University, Newberg, OR.

  Glover, T.M. & Foster, L.M. (2010). How the media defines how clients look, feel and act: Western Association

                             for Counselors, Educators and Supervisors, Sacramento, CA and : Southern Association

                            for Counselors, Educators and Supervisors, Williamsburg, VA.

 Foster, L.M. & Glover, T.M. (2010). African American rites of passage and its efficacy on youth sexual practice:

                           Southern Association for Counselors, Educators and Supervisors, Williamsburg, VA.

 Glover, T.M.  (2010). I want to be like that: How the media defines how we

                           look, feel and act. Department of Human Services Adolescent Sexuality Conference, Seaside, OR.

 Glover, T.M, Foster, LM. & Lopez, R. (2009). Courageous conversations: Social justice,

                          cultural diversity & the media: Portland Police Bureau Recruit Training,  Portland, OR.

  Glover, T.M. (2009). Success within culturally specific programming:  Criminology Studies,

                         Portland State University, Portland, OR.

  Glover, T.M. (2009). Proposed CACREP standards: Infusing addictions counseling into counselor education

                         and supervision: Association for Counselors, Educators and Supervisors,  San Diego, CA.

 Foster, L.M. & Glover, T.M. (2009). African American rites of passage and its efficacy on youth sexual                                

                         practice.  Department of Human Services Adolescent Sexuality Conference, Seaside, OR. 

 Glover, T.M.  (2008). How the past affects our present: Trauma in the Black American family:

                        National Association for Advancement of Color People (NAACP) - Portland State University        

                       Chapter, Portland, OR.

  Glover, T.M. & Foster, L.M. (2008). We ain't crazy: Why Black Americans need mental health

                       Treatment:   National Association for Advancement of Color People (NAACP) - Portland State University    

                      Chapter,  Portland, OR.

 Glover T.M. & Foster, L.M. (2008). Use vs. dependence: Drug addiction and the adolescent:

                     Department of Human Services Adolescent Sexuality Conference, Seaside, OR.

Glover, T.M. (2008). Diversity in youth addictions treatment: Columbia Community Mental

                     Health - Higher Ground Treatment Center,  St. Helens, OR

  Rubel, D.J, Cook, J., Glover T.M, McGlasson, T. & Schamp, L. (2008). Using the practice of multicultural group

                     work:  Visions and perspectives from the field of (DeLucia-Waack & Donigian, 2004) as a Catalyst for

                     Developing the Multicultural Awareness, Knowledge and Skills of Group Work Students: The Experience of

                     Oregon State University Doctoral Students. Western Association for Counselors, Educators and

                      Supervisors.  Palm Springs, CA.

Biography:

Dr. Glover is originally for San Diego, California.  She received her doctorate degree from Oregon State University in Counselor Education & Supervision she is a repeat Alumni of Portland State University receiving a Masters in Counseling with an emphasis on Rehabilitation and Community Counseling and a Bachelors of Science in Sociology and Psychology.   Dr. Glover is a Nationally Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC), as well as a National Certified Addictions Counselor Level II (NCAC II).  She is also a License Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Oregon, an Oregon State Certified Addiction Counselor Level II (CADC II), and an Oregon State Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP).  Dr. Glover has held numerous leadership positions such as board member of AADACO-Oregon Affiliate of Addictions Professionals; Western Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors (WACES) Board member and Graduate Representative.

Dr. Glover has worked in the human service field for over 19 years.  Dr. Glover has worked closely with the Coalition for Human Sex Trafficking aiding victims with transition. She has a specific interest in working with high-risk populations and communities of color addressing prevention, mental health and addictions issues.  Dr. Glover has over 10 years working with, addressing and training individuals around multicultural issues and social justice.  Her current research agenda is looking at engagement and treatment practices of culturally-proficient with communities of color and treatment services and practices that address undiagnosed or under-diagnosed mental health disorders within communities of color. 

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