College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
School of Counseling
M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Dr. Glenda Reynolds’ professional experience includes business owner, teacher, school counselor, licensed professional counselor and counselor educator. She was a teacher in high school, special education teacher, then, school counselor before she moved into counselor education. Her experience includes land-based and online universities. She is currently a Contributing Faculty in Walden University’s School of Counseling where she is supervising field experiences for students in the counseling program. Dr. Reynolds has also been a counselor working with a variety of military and civilian populations.
Dr. Reynolds has presented at numerous state, national, and international conferences and workshops. Her research interest is gambling addiction and bipolar disorder. She has enjoyed serving her profession and citizens of her state through an appointment by the governor to the state licensing board for counselors. Dr. Reynolds was asked to develop a statewide system for helping people who are addicted to gambling and their families and is currently serving on a board to certify counselors throughout the state in problem gambling counseling.
COUN 6671 - Counseling Practicum
COUN 6682 A - Counseling Internship I
COUN 6682 B - Counseling Internship II
EdD, University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa, AL United States
Education Specialist in School Counseling, University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa, AL United States
Post-master's Certificate, Jacksonville State University - Jacksonville, AL United States
Postbaccalaureate Certificate, Jacksonville State University - Jacksonville, AL United States
MS, Jacksonville State University - Jacksonville, AL United States
BS, Jacksonville State University - Jacksonville, AL United States
Alabama Coalition for Compulsive Gambling, Board Member - state, AL United States
Alabama Board of Examiners in Counseling, Board Member - , AL United States
Awards / Honors
Jean H. Cecil Distinguished Counselor Educator, Alabama Counseling Association, 2002
Most Outstanding Member , Alabama Association of Marriage and Family Counselors, 2014
Outstanding Contribution to ACCG, Alabama Coalition for Compulsive Gambling, 2016
Outstanding Retired Professor, Alabama Counseling Association, 2016
Outstanding Student in School Counseling, University of Alabama, 1997
Publication Award, Alabama Counseling Association, 2013
Reynolds, G. (2012). Am I ready to be a counselor? A self-evaluation.
Reynolds, G. P., Austin, S., Barnes, S. (2012). School leadership and counselors working together to address bullying. Education.
Reynolds, G. P. (2016). A Private Practice is a Business: Facts You May Overlook when You Plan to Open a Private Practice. Omega Zeta Chapter, CSI.
Reynolds, G. P. (2013). Advocacy and social justice. International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors.
Reynolds, G. P. (2012). Balancing client care, Advocacy, social change and social Justice. International Associaiton of Marriage and Family Counselors.
Reynolds, G. P., Lee, M., Clark, G., Price, N., Shoemaker, G. (2014). Comparison of middle class Black and White families in a small southern town. International Associatiaon of Marriage and Family Counselors.