April Glenn, Ed.D., LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
I am honored to have the opportunity to provide counseling services to the diverse UWF student population. In fact, it feels like I have returned to my old home. I received my Bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of South Alabama, my master’s degree in counseling psychology and my doctorate degree in education from the University of West Florida. In addition, I completed my master’s internship right here on the beautiful UWF campus at the Counseling Center in 2000. My previous counseling experience has afforded me the opportunity to work with adolescents, adults, couples and families in the areas of substance abuse treatment and prevention as well as, adjustment issues, parenting, stress management, self-esteem, grief, family conflict and behavioral issues such as impulse control and anger management. My approach to therapy is eclectic with primary emphasis in client centered, interpersonal, and cognitive behavioral approaches. Some of my professional interests include biofeedback, EMDR, BASICS, suicide prevention, and LGBT issues. I currently coordinate suicide prevention programming for the UWF campus. I am excited to be working with UWF students to aid in their journey of self-discovery and help them overcome life’s challenges in order to enjoy the rewards of personal and academic success.