Faculty: Ken Gladstone
- Adjunct Professor
In addition to university teaching, Dr. Gladstone provides clinical care as a member of Kaiser Permanente's Psychiatry and Chemical Dependency Service in Redwood City, CA. He has clinical experience with patients of all ages and has worked in a range of clinical settings including inpatient units for adults as well as adolescents, hospital consultation, outpatient services with the VA Health Care System, and in community mental health settings. Dr. Gladstone previously worked for twelve years at San Francisco's Edgewood Center for Children and Families, spending most of that time in the Residential Treatment department helping children and families to manage significant emotional and behavioral challenges. Beginning in 1990, Dr. Gladstone also supported children and families impacted by HIV/AIDS through free summer programs in California before serving as Camp Director of Ohio's Camp Sunrise from 1995 until 2010. In addition to his focus on multicultural psychology, Dr. Gladstone's clinical and research experiences focus on trauma, on men who have sex with men (MSM), and on families with illness.
PsyD, Clinical Psychology, PGSP-Stanford PsyD Consortium
MS, Clinical Psychology, PGSP-Stanford PsyD Consortium
BA, English/Theater, with honors, Wesleyan University
Torres, H.L., Delonga, K., Lee, S., Gladstone, K. A., Barrad, A., Huckaby, S., Koopman, C., and Gore-Felton, C. (in press). Socio-contextual factors: moving beyond individual determinants of sexual risk behavior among gay and bisexual adolescent males. Journal of LGBT Youth.
Wong, M., Ratner, J., Gladstone, K. A., Davtyan, A., and Koopman, C. (2010). Children's perceived social support after a parent is diagnosed with cancer. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 17, 77-86.
PROFESSIONAL AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Postdoctoral Psychology Resident, Kaiser Permanente Department of Psychiatry
Predoctoral Psychology Resident, Denver Health Medical Center
Practicum Student, Richmond Area Multi-Services, Inc. (RAMS), National Asian American Psychology Training Center