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Jacob W. Glazier, PhD

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Licensed Professional Counselor

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Jacob W. Glazier, PhD, LPC, NCC, is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of West Georgia. Dr. Glazier's research focuses on the interconnection between critical theory and paranormal studies. He also provides online therapy services.

Academic Qualifications and Research Interests

Jacob W. Glazier, PhD, LPC, NCC, has a doctorate degree in Psychology: Consciousness and Society from the University of West Georgia. He has his Master of Science in Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling degree from Western Illinois University and a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Psychology degree from Augustana College. Currently, Dr. Glazier holds an Assistant Professor of Psychology appointment in the Department of Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology at the University of West Georgia. He is also periodically an online Adjunct Professor in the Department of Applied Psychology at New York University. His research tends towards a transdisciplinary approach via theoretical and philosophical models and includes subjects like critical theory, embodiment, and desire as well as their relation to praxis and clinical practice. He also provides therapy services online. His work has been published in academic journals that include Psychoanalysis, Culture & SocietySubjectivityMortality, Critical HorizonsRhizomesJournal for Cultural Research, and others.



Glazier, J. W. (Ed.). (2023, September). Paranormal ruptures: Critical approaches to exceptional experiences. Beyond The Fray Publishing.

Glazier, J. W. (2022, December). Feminism at the forefront: A critical approach to exceptional experiences. Journal of Anomalistics, 22(2), 427-446.

Glazier, J. W. (2022, December). The last god: Lightning of turning in late Heidegger. Journal for Cultural Research, 26(3), 320-331.

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