Dr. McClellan is a licensed clinical psychologist with a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from UCLA and a Master’s degree from Biola University. He received a PhD in clinical psychology from California Graduate Institute, in Los Angeles, California. Dr. McClellan has taught at Chapman University graduate school of psychology and Vanguard University’s graduate program. He has lectured extensively through the Minirth-Meir Hospital Conference Series, dividing his time as a speaker and clinical psychologist. In his 37 years in practice Dr. McClellan has also enjoyed coaching professional athletes and business executives toward achieving their best performance on the field or in the workplace.
Dr. McClellan is known for his expertise with couple communication and his compassionate approach with his clients. He sees his work as a vocation to helping people find their way to being their best self. Dr. McClellan spends his free time running, writing music, and playing with grandkids. In addition, Glenn can be found surfing on almost every Saturday morning.
Cecilia McKay completed her degree in Psychology from Loyola Marymount University. She received a law degree from Southwestern University Law School and her Masters in Psychology from Brandman University. As a lawyer and certified court mediator, Cecilia has extensive experience in dispute resolution and helping families and couples find peaceful outcomes. Cecilia has worked with teenagers for 17 years in youth ministry, helping them find answers to spiritual questions, as well as helping them through issues such as: depression, anxiety, parent problems, relationship problems, and self-esteem concerns.
In addition, Cecilia brings an integrated clinical and pastoral perspective. She has worked as a hospital chaplain, helping families face terminal illness and end-of-life issues. Cecilia’s compassion, foresight, and therapeutic skills gives her clients the ability to make informed life decisions that create change, momentum and health in the individuals, couples and families with whom she meets. As an LMFT, Cecilia continues her work with at risk children and teens, couples and families that require cognitive behavioral therapy and family systems work.