- Private Practice in San
Francisco since 1973
- Trained as a psychotherapist
with a B.A. in psychology and a M.S.W. from Smith College
- Studied family therapy
for four years at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine's Family Studies
- Studied systems thinking with the Milan Group, Italy
- Studied organizational analysis with Grex, Tavistock
- Faculty at Albert Einstein
College of Medicine, Mt. Zion Hospital and California Graduate School
for Professional Psychology (Family Therapy Intensive)
- Fellow of the Academy
of Family Mediators
- Past-President: Association
of Family Therapists of Northern California
- Developed and ran family
therapy programs at Mt. Zion Hospital (in-patient psychiatry), Buckelew
House (residential treatment center for young adults), and parents'
program for Kid's Turn (for separating and divorcing families).
- Couple's Communication
and Separation and Divorce Groups created and run at Kaiser Permanente.
- Lectures and Workshops
on "Dealing with Difficult People Problems", "Transforming
Relationships", and "When Anger Pushes Love Away".
Gloria Fraser's job experience includes a wide range of businesses, psychiatric settings and private practice- as therapist, mediator, teacher, program developer, administrator, consultant. A frequent lecturer to lay, business and professional groups, she speaks and writes articles under the general title of "Dealing with Difficult People Problems" and has appeared as a guest expert on television and radio. Appearances include CBS' Can This Marriage be Saved helping a couple with a commitment problem, CNN's Sonya Live in L.A. on the topic of family mediation, and KRON's Hitting Stride on couples communication, and twice on NPR's Family Talk, discussing anger and intimacy. Recently she presented a lecture to the Association of Family Therapists of Northern California on "A Conversation with Yourself."