Dr. Gladys Smith
PsyD, LPC, CCTP, MAC, RYT
As an Advisory Board Member, Dr. Gladys Smith supports the efficacy and relevance of the TRAIN Program’s continuing education requirements. Dr. Smith is a licensed Psychotherapist, Clinical Mental Health Counselor, Master Addiction Counselor, Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, Cultural Somatic Facilitator, and Registered Yoga Trauma Teacher. She is a 27 year veteran of the United States Navy, serving as a Chief Petty Officer (HMC) Hospital Corpsman and Sexual Assault Therapist. She has lived in Iceland, Scotland, and The Republic of the Philippines, Guam, Scotland, Australia, and various locations throughout the world while serving in the Navy.
She obtained a Doctorate in Psychology from California Southern University (Psy.D), Master of Education from the University of Missouri, and Master of Health Science from Washington University, St. Louis (M.Hs). She is currently working as a Trauma Therapist at Washington University School of Medicine and has a private practice in Clayton, MO and Telehealth. She conducts training and workshops on wellness, trauma, racial trauma, addiction and self-care. She conducts group sessions and therapy on Trauma-focused Yoga, Trauma, and Grief and Loss. Dr. Smith volunteers for the American Red Cross (25 years), The Veterans Administration Hospital (St. Louis), and The YWCA, St. Louis conducting Sista Circles.