Dr. Hamlin-Glover works with individuals, couples, families, and businesses looking to create an environment that shifts from discord to harmony, moving from dysfunction to enjoying and respecting relationships with one another.
As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, it gives Dr. Hamlin-Glover pleasure to provide quality and excellent service in helping clients overcome an array of challenges, such as PTSD, depression, anxiety, life skills, grief, trauma, on the job difficulties, and inability to problem-solve effectively and achieve their personal goals within a short period of time.
Currently, Dr. Hamlin-Glover is an online adjunct professor teaching graduate studies with the Department of Community Care and Counseling, School of Behavioral Sciences at Liberty University. She has a wide-range of qualitative research and experience in behavioral, family, and child sciences. Dr. Hamlin-Glover takes a special interest in military families and resilience as she is the wife of an Active Duty Service Member.
Dr. Hamlin-Glover is committed to restoring relationships in both military and civilian communities. She is also an advocate for Faith-Based organizations taking the lead on educating urban communities on mental health illnesses. She encourages individuals to be attentive to their minds, bodies, interpersonal and spiritual relationships (God, family, and spouse) as this is significant to a healthy and better “You”.
Dr. Hamlin-Glover has over 20 years of experience working in the Mental Health field: Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, teaching, consulting, and coaching.
· Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from South
Carolina State University
· Master of Arts in Experimental Psychology from
· Doctor of Philosophy in Marriage and Family
Therapy from Florida State University
· Clinical Member, American Association for
Marriage and Family Therapy
· Member, American Association for Christian