Dr. Gina Pazzaglia, PHD, LCSW, and LADC
Gina Pazzaglia, is a PhD, LCSW, LADC and completed her Bachelor’s degree in social work from Oral Roberts University, Master’s degree in social work from University of Oklahoma, and completed her PhD from Graduate Theological Foundation. She is also a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor, Certified Domestic Violence Counselor, Certified Hypnotherapist, and Certified First Degree Reike.
She was founder and director of a not-for-profit mental health agency for ten years, and is a partner owner in the innovative wellness business of Restorative Alternative Wellness, Inc. She is a specialist in treating people suffering from emotional, physical and spiritual injuries.
Gina has had the opportunity to be a featured speaker at many workshops and conferences, as well as several radio talk shows and television networks discussing various mental health and relationship topics. She is a mother of five children, and has dealt with many personal losses in her life to provide ample life enhancing experiences.
Gina has provided individual, family and group counseling in multiple specialty areas, especially related to abuse and trauma. Gina has authored and published 15 books today, which include educational and personal healing workbooks, and her first novel trilogy: Celestine Algorithms-Heavenly Destiny, Soul Ties Disentangled, and Regrets Unfolded, as well as the companion workbook. This series is about the long term and intergenerational impact of domestic violence.
Dr. Gina currently guest co-hosts on Up Close with Corey D. Taylor (formerly Oklahoma Up Close) that airs on PBS affiliate OETA network. In 2018, Dr. Gina launched her radio talk show, "Dr. G Says" on KTOK1000, part of the IHEART radio family. In July of 2018, "Dr. G Says" moved to Sirius XM Radio with Salem Media Group, on Family Talk 131.