Dr. Scott Glassman is a half-time core faculty member and Associate Director of the
MS Program in Mental Health Counseling in the Department of Psychology. He completed
his BA in psychology and MS.Ed. in psychological services at the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Glassman received his PsyD in clinical psychology from the Philadelphia College
of Osteopathic Medicine, receiving the Provost’s Award for Academic Excellence and
Sigma Xi Student Research Award.
Dr. Glassman is a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers and
a consultant for the Family Medicine department at PCOM, assisting with the integration
of behavioral health in primary care. He has presented on brief adaptations of motivational
interviewing at the Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association’s Annual Clinical
Assembly and Mercy-Fitzgerald Hospital Grand Rounds.
Dr. Glassman trains D.O. students in patient-centered communication and has developed
patient-centered medical home initiatives at PCOM that foster collaboration between
counseling and psychology students and healthcare professionals. His areas of interest
include primary care psychology, the patient-centered medical home, positive emotions
in motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral approaches, psychological consultation,
recovery-oriented models of care, and statistical methods.