Bonnie Glass is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) currently practicing in Vermont where she is Assistant Director, Clinical Supervisor, and Clinician at the Vermont Center for Resiliency. She is Senior Lecturer at Columbia University School of Social Work (CSSW) where she teaches courses on Advanced Clinical Practice, Trauma, and Spirituality. Bonnie's clinical practice, supervision, mentorship, and teaching style is rooted in an Integrative Mind-Body-Spirit Social Work approach balanced with strengths-based, empowerment, psychodynamic, and Narrative Medicine perspectives. She has over 20 years of experience serving New York City and Vermont individuals and communities as program coordinator, supervisor, grant-writer, clinical therapist, clinical forensic specialist, crisis counselor, advocate, researcher, and consultant at a variety of multi-disciplinary agencies and institutions. Bonnie was research faculty and psychedelic psychotherapist in the NYU Cancer Anxiety Psilocybin Research Study and studies Dreamwork in Clinical Practice. As a certified yoga instructor, Bonnie integrates mindfulness, yoga, and breathwork into aspects of her work. She received a MS in Social Work from CSSW and a BA from Miami University (Ohio) with a major in Psychology and a minor in Criminology. In addition to her role as social worker, Bonnie is also head coach of The University of Vermont Synchronized Skating Team.