Adjunct Lecturer

Bonnie Glass

Bonnie Glass maintains clinical social work licensure in Vermont. She received her MA/MSW from Columbia University School of Social Work and a BA in Psychology (major) and Criminology (minor) from Miami University (OH). Bonnie began teaching at CSSW residentially in 2011 and joined the online campus in 2016. Courses taught include T7113 Advanced Clinical Practice in Health/Mental Health, T660B HSBE B Trauma (course developer), T660B HBSE B Spirituality (course developer), Domestic Violence and Social Work Practice, and Sexual Violence and Social Work Practice (course developer).

Bonnie is currently clinical supervisor and clinician at the Vermont Center for Resiliency, a trauma-informed, resiliency-based, and anti-racist practice. Significant professional experiences include over 15 years of practice in NYC as program coordinator, supervisor, clinical therapist, clinical forensic specialist, crisis counselor, advocate, psychedelic psychotherapist, researcher, and consultant for a variety of multi-disciplinary agencies and institutions. She has extensive experience working with trauma, violence, victimization, life-threatening illness, grief, loss, and transitions. Bonnie balances multiple professional roles in the social work field and practices from integrative mind-body-spirit, psychodynamic, strengths-based and empowerment perspectives. She is a certified yoga instructor and integrates mindfulness skills in social work practice and education. In addition to her role as social worker, Bonnie is head coach of the University of Vermont Synchronized Skating Team.

Bonnie currently lives in Vermont with her husband and son. When she is not wearing one of her professional hats you can find her making coffee, talking about dreams, and playing outdoors.