Marti J. Glass, PhDDirector, Adult and Professional Studies
Unit: College of Humanities and Sciences, School of Health and Wellness, Psychology, Online Psychology Applied
My faith is very important in my interactions with students. It is written in Ephesians 4:15 (NKJV) that we are to “speak the truth in love.” This means that from a teaching perspective how the lesson is delivered to the student is as important as content. Student should be treated with a respect in the classroom and considered valuable in the education process. As a Christian, I am to follow the command of Jesus as given in John 13:34, that we “love one another.” The model of that love is set forth in 1 Corinthians 13:4-6 indicating that it is to be patient, kind, and not envious, boastful, proud, rude self-seeking or easily angered, keeping no record of wrongs, not delighting in evil and rejoicing in the truth.
Teaching & Education
You will learn with me when taking courses in the NGU online Psychology program. I am the Director for the online Psychology and Criminal Justice Program. In addition, I also do trainings for local police agencies as well as pre-employment evaluations.
- BA, Criminal Justice, Northeast Louisiana University
- MA, Counseling and Guidance, Louisiana Tech University
- PhD, Counselor Education and Supervision, Regent University
- North Delta Regional Training Academy
- South Caroline Criminal Justice Academy (Reserve Class)
My experience includes being a licensed counselor.
- Licensed Professional Counselor- Supervisor SC #7233 August 2019 to present
- Licensed Professional Counselor: South Carolina #5193 August 2010 to present
- Prior Licensure: State of Virginia, License #0701004363 May 2008 to August 2010
- Glass, M. J., Daniel, D., Mason, R. M., & Parks-Savage, A. (2005). The integration of technology into an online doctoral program in counselor education and supervision. Journal of Technology and Counseling, 4(1),. Retrieved December 1, 2005, from http://http://jtc.colstate.edu/Vol4_1/Glass/Glass.htm
- Glass, M. J. (2008). Experiential Learning Styles and instructional delivery in doctorate programs. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Regent University, Virginia Beach, VA.
- Glass, M. J., Daniel, D., & Mason, R. M. (2006, February). Integrating technology into a doctoral program in counseling education and supervision. Presented at the annual Virginia Counseling Graduate Student Conference, Williamsburg, VA
I will gladly involve you in my circle that includes:
Dr. Glass provides leadership and guidance for the NGU Online Behavioral Sciences Program. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, he brings experience and professional perspectives on mental health to the program. Glass also shares expertise from the criminal justice system as a former police officer. His work in private practice counseling has concentrated on marriage counseling, sexual/internet addictions, PTSD, and therapy for children and adolescents.
“I started my career in Law enforcement and worked for 10 years as a police officer in Monroe, Louisiana. Afterwards, I went on to pursue another career aspiration to pursue advanced degrees in the helping professions. I have been in private practice as well as being on staff at psychiatric treatment facilities.”
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