Gloria Morrow

Associate Professor gpmorrow@seu.edu

Degrees Earned

BA from Southeastern University, Lakeland, FL
MS in Human Services with Counseling from Capella University, Minneapolis, MN
PhD in Psychology from Capella University, Minneapolis, MN


Dr. Gloria Morrow began teaching at Southeastern University in 2010 as an adjunct instructor in the Human Services Department. She has also taught psychology classes at Keiser University and graduate level counseling courses at Southeastern. Dr. Morrow is a proud alumna of Southeastern.

Dr. Morrow brings over 30 years of experience in social services including working in foster care, adolescent psychiatry, and pastoral care.  She has served as a case manager, advocate, and counselor for children and youth with various diagnoses who lived within group homes and residential treatment facilities.  Dr. Morrow has counseled youth and young adults in the area of mental health, conflict resolution, problem-solving, self-esteem, and Christian discipleship. She has served on multiple teams in adolescent psychiatry and foster care, establishing treatment and placement plans and providing input and resolution of problem behaviors.  

Dr. Morrow is passionate about the integration of psychology and Christianity and her dissertation research focused on spirituality in foster care.  In her pastoral care experience, Dr. Morrow has worked with local churches and their parishioners to develop parenting skills, mental wellness, and spiritual discipleship.  She teaches undergraduate psychology courses.