Therapist Profile

Name:
Glenn H. Gelfenbein, M.A.
Professional Title:
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Email:
Email
Location:
780 South Mountain Avenue Ashland, OR 97520-3246
Phone:
925 695 0409
Website:
License Number
LMFT32477
Practicing Since:
1993
Additional Licenses:

Personal Statement

Personal Statement:
Glenn Gelfenbein, MA, is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. He founded the Ability Resource Center to provide a special place of healing and empowerment for children and adults with learning and attentional differences. Over the past 15 years, he has worked with hundreds of children, adults, and their families, helping them live more meaningful and successful lives. He has designed several parent and teen psycho-educational programs, including one that was used in the Juvenile Justice system. He lectures at state and local learning disability conferences, and in Portland, Oregon co-founded a State Certified Mental Health Clinic. He is currently serving as the Vice President of the East Bay Learning Disabilities Association, as well as a board member for the Learning Disabilities Association of California.

About My Practice

Office Hours
Services
ADHD Assessment Individual Child and Family Counseling Educational Therapy Group Services
Insurance
Credit Cards Accepted
None
Free Initial Consult
No
Offers Teletherapy
None

Education

Degrees
B.A. Counseling, Psychology

Area of Specialty

Specialites:
ADHD-Attn Deficit Hyperactive Disorder
Adolescents
Children
Learning Disabilities
Self Esteem/Personal Growth

Other

Theoretical Orientation
Behavioral
Cognitive
Family Systems
Psychodynamic
Self Psychology
Systems
Certifications
ADHD and Learning Disabilities
Languages Spoken
Ethnicity
Caucasian (Non-Hispanic)

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