Biography

Dr. Gloria Morrow

Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Gloria Morrow is one of the nation's leading clinical psychologist, who treats individuals who suffer with depression, anxiety, PTSD and other psychological disorders.  She devoted her early career to teaching students in undergraduate and graduate psychology programs. As an academician, clinician, speaker, and author, her teaching, speaking, counseling and books have helped thousands find true inner healing.  Dr. Gloria currently serves as the Medical Director of Behavioral Health for Golden Shore Medical Group, (Formerly Molina Medical Group), while maintaining a small private practice in Eastvale, CA.

As an academician and researcher, Dr. Gloria has presented the results of her research at professional conferences all over the world, including the University of Cape Town, in Cape Town, South Africa.

As a top-rated professional with profound insight in her trade, Dr. Gloria's work has been published in scholarly journals and books.   She has also been cited in critically acclaimed national publications such as “Psychology Today,” “Jet,” “Heart and Soul,” “Essence,” “Woman’s Day,” and “Black Enterprise.” 

Dr. Gloria has shared her expertise on many topics, including depression, anxiety, marriage and relationship issues, women & men’s issues at conferences, workshops, and seminars.  She has become well known throughout the faith community because of her willingness to address the issue of mental illness in the church and the role of pastors and church leaders in granting permission for parishioners to seek mental health services outside the church when appropriate.  

Dr. Gloria is a Master Trainer for the CBMCS (California Brief Multicultural Competency Scale) Training Program, and she helped to develop the training curriculum.  This program focuses on the four major ethnic groups:  African American, Asian/Pacific Islanders, Hispanic/Latino/Mexican American, and American Indian/Native American. In addition, she has facilitated several workshops and seminars focusing on cultural competency issues.  Her work surrounding the role of Spirituality in recovery has gained notoriety with the development of a three-day training and handbook entitled S.A.F.E. (Spirituality and Faith Empowers) to equip the faith community and mental health professionals to help hurting people.  Dr. Gloria also speaks on topics focusing on trauma and intimate partner violence.

Dr. Gloria has been interviewed on a variety of radio talk shows, including KPFK 90.7 FM’s talk show, The Bev Smith Show, and The Warren Ballentine Show.  She served as a relationship expert on Radio One’s 102.5 in Atlanta for Marriage Monday with radio host Darlene McCoy.  She was a frequent guest on the Michael Baisden Show, a nationally syndicated XM radio show and has appeared as an expert guest on his television show, Baisden After Dark on TV One.  Dr. Gloria has appeared as a guest on CNN, MSNBC & NBC4.  Dr. Gloria has also been a guest on TBN to discuss depression and grief.

Dr. Gloria has authored several books entitled: “Too Broken to be Fixed? A Spiritual Guide to Inner Healing;” “Strengthening the Ties that Bind: A Guide to a Healthy Marriage;” “Keeping it Real! 7 Steps Toward a Healthier You;” “The Things that Make Men Cry,” “Create Your Blueprint for Good Success” and its companion “A Life Plan Portfolio;” and “S.A.F.E. (Spirituality and Faith Empowers).”  She has also developed a DVD entitled: “Suffer in Silence No More” and an audio CD entitled “Maintaining Positive Emotions During Tough Times.” 

Dr. Gloria is a playwright, and has produced three stage plays, The Things That Make Men Cry, (based on her book of the same name), Three Times A Lady, Detours (produced by Resurrection Church in Carson, CA), and her latest stage play is coming soon, Don’t Date! Investigate.  Dr. Gloria is also working on the second draft of her first screenplay. 

Dr. Gloria holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology from Fielding Graduate University, Santa Barbara, CA; a Master of Science degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, CA; and a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of La Verne, La Verne, CA.  Please visit www.gloriamorrow.com for her complete Curriculum Vitae