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Jon Glass Ph. D.

Clinical Psychologist

Jon Glass, PhD specializes in assessment and treatment of people with mood and anxiety disorders, traumatic brain injuries, cerebral concussion, dementia, insomnia, and neurological conditions. He has published research focusing on men's mental health, as well as cultural issues that impact parenting. He incorporates his training as a counseling psychologist with his experience in the fields of neuropsychology, rehabilitation psychology, and psychopharmacology to provide holistic treatment of the patient and family. 


Dr. Glass graduated from Gannon University with a PhD in Counseling Psychology. He completed his pre-doctoral internship at the Erie Psychological Consortium, an APA approved site, and conducted his post-doctoral work at Northshore Psychological Associates. He earned a Bachelor's degree in Psychology, with a minor in Spanish, from the University of Pittsburgh, a Master's degree in Education from Edinboro University, and a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychopharmacology from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Dr. Glass has presented at state and national conventions, and is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Pennsylvania Psychological Association. Currently, Dr. Glass consults at several acute and rehabilitation hospitals, as well as independent living, personal care, and skilled nursing facilities.


Gannon University Ph.D., Counseling Psychology 2010


Edinboro University of PA.     2000

M.Ed., Special Education


University of Pittsburgh         1994

B.A.  Psychology

Fairleigh Dickinson University, 2017

M.S. Clinical Psychopharmacology


Professional Affiliations, Designations:

Member of American Psychological Association


American Society for the Advancement of Pharmacotherapy (Division 55)


Member of Clinical Neuropsychology (Division 40)


Member of the Pennsylvania Psychological Association 

Professional Appointments,
Hospital Affiliations


Allied Health Professional, UPMC Hamot Medical Center

201 State Street, Erie, PA  16501


Allied Health Professional, Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Erie

143 East 2nd. Street, Erie, PA.  16507


Allied Health Professional, Select Specialty Hospital of Erie

201 State Street, Erie, PA  16501


Allied Health Professional, St. Vincent Health Center

232 West 25th Street, Erie, PA 16544


Teaching Experience:


 Gannon University August 2010 – May 2011 Adjunct lecturer Taught Introduction to Psychology to undergraduate students.


Gannon University August 2008 – May 2009 Adjunct lecturer Taught computer lab component of Psychology Statistics for undergraduate students, provide instruction on use of computer to generate and interpret psychological research statistics. (3 sections total)


Gannon University August 2006-May 2007 Adjunct LecturerTaught Psychology of Human Development Across the Lifespan to undergraduate students. (2 semesters, 1 section each semester)


Erie City School District – Strong Vincent High School Roosevelt Middle School - Erie, PA August 2001-August 2005 Emotional Support TeacherDesigned Individual Education Plan for students designated as Seriously Emotionally Disturbed by multi-disciplinary evaluation team. Worked collaboratively with families, regular education teachers, school psychologists, and community agencies to meet the needs of students with diverse cultural and economic backgrounds in an urban school setting.



Glass, J., & Owen, J. (2010). Latino fathers: The role of cultural and gender norms. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 11(4), 251-261.


Owen, J. & Glass, J. (2009). Counseling Caucasian fathers: Affirming cultural        strengths while addressing White male privilege. In Counseling Fathers:            Practical, Theoretical, and Cultural Perspectives (Ed C. Oren & D. S.   Oren).


Fleming, L., Glass, J., Fujisaki, S. & Toner, S. (2010). Critical incidents      in group supervision: A Grounded Theory model. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 4(3), 194-203.



Glass, J. (2016) Depression in Parkinson’s Disease. Parkinson’s Disease: The Basics and Beyond. Healthsouth and Parkinson’s Partnership of Erie, PA. Erie, PA. 


Glass, J. (2015) The Ugly Cousin: Depression in Parkinson’s Disease. Parkinson’s Partnership Summer Seminar. Erie, PA


Glass, J. (2015). What’s Shaking? Recognizing and Treating Anxiety. Hamot Health Connection.


Glass, J. (2014). Anger and Mood Symptoms After Stroke. Healthsouth Stroke Support Group. Healthsouth, Erie, PA.


Glass, J. (2014). Depression and Bipolar Disorder. Hamot Health Connection, Erie, PA.


Kordes, T., & Glass J. (2011). Sport psychology: “Running” a practice.  Presented at Pennsylvania Psychology Association Annual Convention Harrisburg, PA.        


 Fujisaki, S., Glass, J., Toner, S., & Fleming. (2008). Toward a Better           Understanding of Group Supervision Process: A Grounded Theory Model.     Presented at Gannon University Graduate Research Day in Erie, PA.


 Fujisaki, S., Glass, J., Toner, S., & Fleming. (2008). Toward a Better           Understanding of Group Supervision Process: A Grounded Theory Model.     Poster presented at International Counseling Psychology Conference in Chicago, Il.


 Barron, E., Troutner, S., & Glass, J (2006). Mental Wellness. Presented at St.         Benedict Education Center, Erie, PA. 

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