Clyde E. Glenn, MD
Clyde E. Glenn, M.D., is the President and CEO of the Essie B. and William Glenn Foundation for Better Living, a sibling-run non-profit whose mission is to improve the quality of life for those living in the Mississippi Delta. Inspired by the example set by his loving parents, he and his siblings founded this organization to lend a helping hand to all in need.
In addition to the work that he does with his siblings, he is redefining what whole-person care means as a board-certified general psychiatrist, serving children, young adults, and the elderly. He received his medical degree from the University of Iowa’s Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine and completed his residency at Ohio State University Hospital. As a naturally gifted scholar, he was an honor student throughout school, graduated Magna Cum Laude from undergrad, and was awarded two research fellowships from the Department of Internal Medicine at Iowa.
Wanting to focus on the collective body, mind, and spirit, he began his private practice, Rehoboth Psychiatric Services, PLLC, located in Ridgeland, MS, in 2000 and has been in practice for more than 22 years. With a humble, down-to-earth personality, Dr. Glenn uses his diverse experiences and educational training to understand the vast human experiences of his patients. He has earned top marks in all patient-rated categories, including examination thoroughness, clarity of instructions, active listening, positive attitude, and follow-up. He has served as a consultant, medical director, or chief clinical officer in small rural towns such as Fayette, MS; Cleveland, MS; Greenwood, MS; and Meadville, MS—locations where residents are in great need of thoughtful mental health services.
Of all his achievements, Dr. Glenn is also proud to be an accomplished percussionist, a minister of more than 23 years, and a loving husband, father, and brother. He is pleased to share what the Glenn’s have learned across the intergenerational life spectrum. This learning will help build useful practices and tools to foster peaceful, thriving, and cohesive communities and families for generations to come