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J. Glen White, Ph.D.

Work Address:  415 N. McKinley, Suite 500, Little Rock, AR 72205

Telephone: 501-664-6632 (work)


1975:  Mississippi State University, Psychology, B.S.

1981: University of Southern Mississippi, Psychology, M.A.

MASTER'S THESIS:  Factor analysis of a new assertion inventory, 1980.

1984:  University of Southern Mississippi, Clinical Psychology, Ph.D.

DOCTORAL DISSERTATION:  Behavioral control of respiration during sleep:  The effects of task complexity and stimulus meaningfulness, 1985.

Dr. White is a Licensed Psychologist who received his PhD in Clinical Psychology in 1984 from the University of Southern Mississippi.  He currently provides psychotherapy and other professional services at The Fowler Institute in Little Rock, AR and is an Adjunct Professor in the University of Arkansas Medical Services (UAMS) Department of Psychiatry.  His previous work includes a variety of clinical and administrative roles as a psychologist for Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System,UAMS, Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Professional Counseling Associates in Little Rock, and as an instructor at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. His experience is wide-ranging and includes work with adults, couples, families and children, and he has also engaged in organizational development services.  A longtime interest has been in helping to prepare new generations of mental health professionals by serving as a faculty supervisor and also as a training director for doctoral and postdoctoral training programs for psychologists and other mental health professionals.  His volunteer work in the community includes presentations to various professional and community groups, consulting with and providing training for summer camp programs, teaching at wellness retreats, and serving in a variety of positions over the years with Arkansas Psychological Association.  

“In my work with clients, I emphasize a collaborative approach within a safe, respectful environment. My focus as a therapist is facilitating personal growth and exploration by helping each person identify and work toward their personal life goals, exploring areas where improvement is desired, and providing information and teaching skills drawn from current scientific research. As we collaborate on this journey, I encourage self-awareness, responsibility and actions that are in line with each individual’s values.  I view my role as a teacher, a supporter and as a ‘mirror’ for the individual, so that they better understand who they are and how they can work toward becoming their best, most effective and fulfilling vision of themselves.”

Abbreviated work history:

2018 to present: Psychologist and consultant for The Fowler Institute in Little Rock, AR.  

2016 to present: Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor in the Psychiatry Department, College of Medicine, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS).

2007 to 2018: Clinical Psychologist at the Central Arkansas Veteran’s Healthcare System, providing extensive clinical, training, and administrative services to Veterans, families, staff and trainees included: 

  • Professional educator/trainer: presentations to psychology interns, postdoctoral residents, faculty, staff, Veterans and the public
  • CAVHS Integrated Ethics Committee:  provided consultation on ethical questions from facility staff. Assess and intervene in facility programs to assist in staff and workplace improvement.
  • Diversity Advisory Committee Subcommittee: provided support and education regarding Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender issues.
  • Postdoctoral and Interdisciplinary Fellowship Training Director (2009-2013): developed initial training and administrative structure and recruiting training faculty for the program, which was subsequently granted accreditation from American Psychological Association (APA) for postdoctoral training in Clinical Psychology.  

1992 to 2007:  Assistant Clinical Attending Professor and Clinical Psychologist, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at UAMS. Faculty and clinician with the Child Study Center outpatient clinic and Turning Point inpatient psychiatric unit for children, both at Arkansas Children's Hospital, and at Programs for Young Adults. Services included: 

  • Provided clinical, research, training, administrative, quality improvement, program evaluation and program development efforts. 
  • Served as training director and supervisor of trainees for UAMS & Arkansas Children’s Hospital’s APA-accredited clinical psychology internship program.  
  • Provided psychological services to children, adolescents, young adults and families.  
  • Presented at ongoing series of training seminars for Clinical Psychology interns, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry fellows, and medical students.  
  • Engaged in media contacts and public education efforts.
  • Directed annual conference on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Learning Disability (LD), 2003, 2004, 2005 for Partners In Behavioral Health Sciences, UAMS.
  • Provided supervision to Psychiatry residents in adult psychotherapy. 
  • Coordinated Continuing Medical Education (CME) conference for faculty and trainees. 
  • Provided expert testimony before state legislative committees on issues surrounding child mental health.
  • Served on UAMS Human Research Advisory Committee for assurance of ethical treatment of human research subjects.

  1984 to 1992: Clinical Psychologist at Professional Counseling Associates, Little Rock, AR.  

  • Provided outpatient individual psychotherapy, group therapy, and family therapy to adults, children, and families.  
  • Provided consultation and education services to community.
  • Developed and coordinated anxiety disorders treatment program.
  • Performed forensic evaluations and provide expert testimony for Pulaski County Circuit Court.  

  1991 to 1996Adjunct faculty at University of Arkansas at Little Rock.  Courses taught included:

  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Projective Personality Assessment
  • Introduction to Psychology


  •  Recipient of Red Sash awards from Senior medical students at UAMS for excellence in teaching, classes of 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000.
  • Fellow Status, Arkansas Psychological Association


  • Member American Psychological Association (APA)
    • Internship and Postdoctoral Residency Site Visit Chair, APA Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation
  • Member and Fellow of Arkansas Psychological Association (ArPA)
    • ArPA Board of Directors, 1999-2001 & 2015 to 2016
    • Legislative committee co-chair, 2014-present
    • Chaired ArPA Negotiating Committee working with the Arkansas State Legislature on laws regarding Psychology licensure and practice issues, 2002-2003


  • Consultant on mental health issues to Episcopal Mental Illness Network.
  • Dick Johnston Camp for Children of the Incarcerated at Camp Mitchell on Petit Jean Mountain, Arkansas: provide training for camp counselors and counselors-in-training on working effectively with children and their behavior.
  • Presenter and planning committee member for Wellness Changes Everything, a wellness retreat at Camp Mitchell on Petit Jean Mountain, Arkansas for educating and promoting personal change toward greater holistic health.