Eastern Mennonite University

David Glanzer

David Glanzer

Office Phone: (540) 432-4244

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Main Campus, Harrisonburg

Office Location: SB 029


David Glanzer in the news:

David Whyte highlights counseling’s 20th year

Counseling program celebrates its 20th anniversary

Professor

MA in Counseling

David Glanzer received his M.A. and Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Utah, with a specialization in psycholinguistics and child language development. His broader scholarly interests are in the philosophy and psychology of mind. A professor in the counseling program since its inception, David has interests in teaching and research on implicit process in mental health counseling, including empathy and the use of the technique of focusing to enhance client and therapist awareness. Personal interests include boatbuilding, sailing, and birding.

Education

B.A., Eastern Mennonite University
M.S., Ph.D., University of Utah

Publications

Glanzer, D. (2014). Edge sensing as embodiment. Person-Centered & Experiential Psychotherapies, 13:1, 47-59, DOI: 10.1080/14779757.2013.870926

Glanzer, P. D. & Early, A. (2012). The role of edge sensing in experiential psychotherapy. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 66(4), 391-406.

Glanzer, P. D. (2006). Psychological approaches to deep empathy. In G. Walz, J. Bleuer, & R.Yep (Eds.), VISTAS: Compelling Perspectives on Counseling 2006 (pp. 125 – 127). Washington, DC: American Counseling Association.

Glanzer, P. D. (2002). Empathy reflections. Eastern Mennonite University, Master of Arts in Counseling Newsletter.

Glanzer, P. D. (2001). Mind life. Perspectives on Science And Christian Faith, 53, 74 – 83.

Scholarly Presentations and Abstracts

Glanzer, D. & Early, A. (2014). Dyadic Relational Focusing. Presented at the 3rd International Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapy Conference, Stony Point, New York.

Glanzer, D. & Haase, T. (2012). Restoring the creative spirit: The use of poetry in counseling and self care. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Virginia Counselors Association, Fredericksburg, VA.

Glanzer, D. & Early, A. (2012). The coming of aliveness in felt sensing and its role in experiential psychotherapies. Paper presentation at the international bi-annual Toward a Science of Consciousness conference, Tucson, AZ.

Haase, T.. & Glanzer, D. (2011). Restoring the creative spirit: The use of poetry in counselor training. Presentation at the national meeting of the Association of Counselor Education and Supervision, Nashville, TN.

Early, A. & Glanzer, D. (2011). Why felt sense experiencing matters: The importance of implicit processing for creating change. Presentation at the 23rd International Focusing Conference, Asilomar Conference Grounds, California.

Glanzer, D. & Early, A. (2011). The poetry of action: Saying and doing in felt sensing. Presentation at the 23rd International Focusing Conference, Asilomar Conference Grounds, California.

Glanzer, D. (2010). The consciousness of bodily felt sense in Focusing (Gendlin): an Adaptive Resonance Theory (Grossberg) account with application to experiential psychotherapy. Poster presentation at the Toward a Science of Consciousness Conference, Tucson, AZ.

Glanzer, D. & Early, A. (2010). Modalities of consciousness in experiential psychotherapies. Poster/paper presentation at the Toward a Science of Consciousness Conference, Tucson, AZ.

Early, A. & Glanzer, P. D. (2009). Embodied knowing: Harnessing the power of implicit processes in counseling and training. Research roundtable, Association of Counselor Education and Supervision, San Diego, CA.

Glanzer, P. D. (2008, April). Implementation of an adaptive resonance network model of empathy. Poster presented at the bi-annual international Toward a Science of Consciousness 2008 conference, Tucson, AZ.

Glanzer, P. D., Nipe, G., & Lind, G. (2007, November). Does cross-cultural experience foster moral judgment competence? Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Moral Education, New York City.

Glanzer, P. D. (2007, November). A neural network model of empathic process. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Virginia Counseling Association, Portsmouth, VA.

Glanzer, P. D. (2006, April). Empathy: interpersonal adaptive resonance networks. Poster presented at the bi-annual international Toward a Science of Consciousness 2006 conference, Tucson, AZ.

Glanzer, P. D. (2006, March). Psychological approaches to deep empathy. Poster presented at the joint annual meetings of the American Counseling Association and the Canadian Counseling Association, Montreal, ON.

Glanzer, P. D. (2005, November). Understanding and deepening empathy. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Virginia Counseling Association, Portsmouth, VA.

Glanzer, P. D. (2005, October). A multi-dimensional framework for counseling theories. Roundtable presentation at the annual meeting of the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, Pittsburgh, PA.

Glanzer, P. D. (2004, April). Locus of consciousness in empathy. Paper presented at Toward a Science of Consciousness 2004, Tucson, Arizona.

Eby, L.A. & Glanzer, P.D. (2001). Measuring personality development in cross-cultural semesters. Research report to Faculty Research and Development Committee, Eastern Mennonite University.

Honors, Awards and Grants

Central Valley Counselors Association: Counselor Educator of the Year for 2006-2007

Professional Memberships

American Counseling Association
Virginia Counseling Association
American Psychological Society (charter member)
Association for Counseling Education and Supervision
Association for the Study of Ethical and Religious Values in Counseling

Professional Conferences Attended

3rd International Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapy Conference, 2014
Virginia Counselors Association, Fall, 2012
Toward a Science of Consciousness 2012
Psychotherapy Networker, Spring 2012
Virginia Counselors Association, Fall, 2011
Association for Counselor Education & Supervision, Fall, 2011
Council of Graduate Schools, Fall, 2011