Glenn A. Heinrichs, Ph.D.

Dr. Heinrichs is a Clinical Psychologist licensed in PA and CA.  Originally a California native, Dr. Heinrichs relocated to Bucks County PA in 2003.  He received his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and Master’s in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA.  He focused much of his training during graduate school in the area of child and adolescent psychopathology.  He received his pre-doctoral training at San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health (SBC-DBH) APA accredited internship program in San Bernardino, CA where he primarily worked with chronic and persistent mentally ill populations.  Dr. Heinrichs was then hired by SBC-DBH as a staff psychologist where he designed, implemented, and administrated a Day Treatment/Partial Hospitalization Program for frequent users of inpatient services.  Over his nine year tenure with SBC-DBH, he eventually promoted to clinic supervisor of the largest clinic in the county.  This clinic had a catchment area equivalent to the size of Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire combined with 2200+ active mental health clients, 400+ drug and alcohol clients, serviced by 35+ staff members.  During this time, Dr. Heinrichs was actively involved in training students at the practicum, pre-, and post-doctoral levels, where he held multiple adjunct training faculty appointments from area universities.  In addition to these duties, Dr. Heinrichs provided services since 1991 in a small private practice in Glendora, CA.


Dr. Heinrichs has taught both undergraduate and graduate students in the Psychology and Education Departments at Azusa Pacific University.  His most recent adjunct professor positions have been at St. Joseph’s and Rider Universities.  He has sat on numerous dissertation committees, and conducted research in multiple areas.  A complete listing of Dr. Heinrichs’ education training and experience is listed on his Curriculum Vitae.