Glenda Mutinda, PhD, MFT
Director of Interprofessional Well-Being, JPS Health Network
Glenda Mutinda, PhD, MFT serves as the Director of Interprofessional Well-being at JPS. Dr. Mutinda received two Bachelor of Arts degrees from the University of Iowa in Psychology and African American Studies in 2011, a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2014 from the University of Houston, and she holds a doctoral degree in Medical Family Therapy from East Caroline University. She completed advanced fellowship training in behavioral health immersed in medical residency training programs. Her current position at JPS allows her direct access to the residents, oversight of all well-being initiatives, and she holds an integral position in the organization’s overarching Caring for the Caregiver team. Her interests include well-being of learners, diversity and health equity, and integration of behavioral medicine into residency training.