Gloria Horsley, RN, MFT, MIM, PhD
Professor Horsley has worked in the field of family therapy for twenty-two years. She holds California licenses as both a Marriage and Family Therapist and a Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist. She has graduate degrees from the University of Rochester, Syracuse, Greenwich and Holos Universities. She has served on the faculty of the University of Rochester School of Nursing and has trained and practiced with the leaders in the field of family therapy. Her early research involved Hospice and AIDS therapy. She has authored articles on her practice and has written several books including; The In-Law Survival Manual: Cultivating Healthy In-law Relationships, 1997; and In-laws: A Guide to Extended-Family Therapy, 1996. Gloria has been on a number of television and radio shows including "The Today Show". She is currently co-authoring a book with her daughter, Dr. Heidi Horsley, on teen loss and doing research in New York City with the 9/11 FDNY/Columbia University Family Assessment and Guidance Program.
Dr. Horsley serves on the National Board of The Compassionate Friends and is the chairperson for their Professional Day. As a bereaved parent she often represents TCF in the media. She also hosts her own show “Healing the Grieving Heart” on VoiceAmerica Radio Network, Thursdays at 9am Pacific Standard Time. Dr. Horsley has a strong commitment to the education and the betterment of the world.
Dr. Horsley resides in San Francisco, California, with her husband Phil. They have three daughters and ten grandchildren.
Professors Gloria and Heidi Horsley co-teach the “Bereaved Clients” and the “Family Therapy” Energy Medicine University courses.
2237 Steiner Street, San Francisco, CA 94115
Cell Phone 415-994-8263
National Board Member of www.compassionatefriends.org
Host of "Healing the Grieving Heart" Radio Show
Internet Radio www.health.voiceamerica.com
Land Radio www.HealthRadioNetwork.com
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