Sheldon D. Glass
Degrees: M.D., University of Virginia
Dr. Glass has been on the Board and/or Advisory Board of FRI since 1983. He is CEO of Glass health Programs, Inc. and has over 40 years of experience in the integration and treatment of mental illness and substance abuse in adolescents/adults across the full spectrum of treatment modalities, from inpatient acute care setting to outpatient treatment programs. Over the past three decades, Dr. Glass has served as a consultant to the State Department of Maryland, Pennsylvania and Delaware and developed six level 3 residential schools. He founded the 1st formal family therapy program at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and has been on its faculty for over 35 years. Dr. Glass is currently on the Baltimore County Substance Abuse Advisory Council (since 1990) and the Greater Baltimore Committee's Committee on Education (since 2000).
Dr. Glass is board certified in Pediatrics, General Psychiatry and Adolescent Psychiatry and is certified by the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) in the practice of addiction medicine.
Dr. Glass received his B.A. degree from Hamilton College, his M.D. from University of Virginia and his Masters in Education from Johns Hopkins University.