Greg Horn is originally from Boone, NC. He is currently a doctoral student in the counseling psychology doctoral program at the University of Memphis in the Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Research.
He received his master’s degree in Clinical/Health Psychology from Appalachian State University in December, 2008. He received his bachelor’s degree in English with a Spanish Minor from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Greg has worked clinically with at-risk youth, survivors of cancer, trauma, and sexual assault.
He has worked in college counseling, therapeutic community, private practice, assessment clinic, Veteran’s Administration, and cancer center health care settings. Greg works from a constructivist philosophical perspective and uses an interpersonal neurobiological theoretical orientation in clinical practice and research. Greg’s current research interests include the developmental effects of adverse childhood experiences, trauma, resilience, dissociation, neurofeedback, minority stress, and gender identity in the LGBT community.