PhD in Psychology, Capella University
MS in Human Services, Capella University
BA in Psychology, Southeastern University
Dr. Gloria Morrow (Ph.D.) is a Professor of Psychology at Southeastern University. She has been teaching in Higher Education since 2010. Her primary research interests are the integration of Christianity and Psychology within counseling, racial conciliation, and holistic wellness. Dr. Morrow is passionate about helping others develop and maintain balance within their spiritual, emotional, and physical lives. “None of us are perfect, but with God’s grace He can help us to adjust throughout our lifetime.”
Dr. Morrow’s background includes over 25 years of working within mental health sectors, child welfare, non-profit agencies, and churches. She has worked with psychiatrists, behavioral health teams, and mental health counselors. Most of her direct care work has been counseling children, adolescents, and pastoral counseling within church. She brings 35 years plus of knowledge and experience.
She and her husband have been married over 30 years and have two adult children. She enjoys spending time with family, reading, browsing the internet, and exploring beautiful landscapes.