W. Henry Gregory, PhD
Assistant Professor, FCH
Phone Number: 410-706-3718
- PhD, Clinical Psychology, Fielding Graduate Institute, Santa Barbara, CA, 2001
- MA, Psychology, Fielding Graduate Institute, Santa Barbara, CA, 1995
- MA, Community Mental Health and Counseling, Antioch College, Columbia, MD, 1977
- BS, Psychology, Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD, 1975
- Dissertation: Resiliency in the Black Family. Fielding Graduate Institute, Santa Barbara, CA, 2001.
- DiClemente, C., Van Orden, O., Portnoy, G., Norwood, A., Gregory, H. & Jordan, L., (2012) S.B.I.R.T. for Mental Health and Substance Use: Implementation Guide for HIV Care Services Programs. Center for Community Collaboration. Psychology Department. University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
- Gregory, H., Van Orden, O., Green, L., Portnoy, G., Welsh, E., Betkowski, J., Wolfman, J., & DiClemente, C. (2012) New Directions in Capacity Building: Incorporating Cultural Competence into the InteractiveSystems Framework. American Journal of Community Psychology: Volume 50, Issue 3 (2012), page 321-333.
- Gregory, H., (2006) A Resilience Response to Infant Mortality. Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies. Commission on Infant Mortality.
- Gregory, H. (2002) Culturally Competent Treatment of African-American Youth. On The Move with School-Based Mental Health. (Fall) Vol. 7, (1).
- Gregory, H. (1998). Psychoanalysis into the 21st century. In R. L. Jones, African American Mental Health: Theory, Research and Intervention. Hampton, VA: Cobb & Henry.
- Gregory, H. & Harper, K. (2001). The NTU Approach to Health and Healing. Journal of Black Psychology, 27, (3), 304-320.
- Jackson, V. & Gregory, H. (2010) Resilience for Leaders in Times of Change. In G. M. Blau & Magrab, P.R., The Leadership Equation: Strategies for Individuals Who are Champions for Children, Youth & Families. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes
- Jackson, L., Gregory, H. & Davis, M. (2004) NTU Psychotherapy and African American Youth. In J. R. Ancis, Culturally Responsive Interventions: Innovative Approaches to Working with Diverse Populations. New York: Brunner-Routledge
Primary Teaching Areas
- NURS 664: Therapeutic Interventions across the Lifespan in Mental Health Nursing
- NURS 665: Therapeutic Interventions across the Lifespan in Mental Health Nursing: Practicum
- NURS 655: Conceptual Foundations of Family Therapy
- NURS 656: Conceptual Foundations of Family Therapy: Practicum