About Dr. George Glass
George S. Glass has served as a medical doctor and psychiatrist for over 30 years. He received a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Swarthmore College, earned a medical degree from Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago and did his psychiatric residency at the Yale University Medical School.
Dr. Glass’s post residency training included intensive studies in the treatment of alcoholism and substance abuse, which led to clinical experience in the treatment of adult, adolescent, and geriatric individuals with psychiatric and substance abuse problems, including alcohol and drug related issues, depression, and issues resulting from physical, psychological, and stress related traumas, including divorce.
Since 1986, he has been helping families, attorneys and courts deal with the psychological consequences of divorce. Dr. Glass has travelled throughout Texas as a forensic expert in family court cases, as well as conducting group presentations and divorce workshops, and treating patients involved in family disruptions.
Dr. Glass has administered, owned, and directed in-patient hospital treatment programs, day hospital programs, a community mental health center and a residential treatment center, beginning in 1972 when he set up the U.S. Navy’s first alcohol treatment program at the Bethesda Naval Hospital, and he has since served as chairman of departments of psychiatry at several Houston hospitals.
Academic credits include appointments as a clinical associate professor of Psychiatry at the Baylor College of Medicine, the University of Texas Medical School and School of Public Health and the Cornell Weill School of Medicine.
Dr. Glass has developed, managed and conducted independent medical evaluations for the FAA, the Airline Pilot’s Association, the Texas Board of Medical Examiners,, the Texas State Bar, multiple Fortune 500 companies and their unions, as well as for federal, state and local courts and for attorneys who work with them.