PhD, Master of Counselling Candidate
We are happy to welcome Jordan to our team as a Master of Counselling intern from the City University of Seattle (Vancouver campus) program. We are offering his services at a reduced rate, with Brian’s supervision.
Jordan is both a counselling intern, and an interdisciplinary social scientist.
In his counselling role, Jordan has a passion for active, empathic listening, and a deep curiosity about his clients’ unique lived experiences. Informed by Jordan’s immersion in the latest research, this means clients can expect a thoughtful and collaborative approach to adapting the most appropriate method of therapy for their needs.
Jordan’s combined background in anthropology, cognitive science, and counselling psychology means he provides clients a unique form of non-judgmental support to explore any or all aspects of their diverse human experience. This applies no matter how dark or troubling a client’s worries may be.
In addition to depression and anxiety, Jordan has particular clinical interests in trauma, somatization (e.g., chronic pain), tech addiction, loneliness, and relationship problems, as well as crises of faith and worldview.
Jordan has an equal interest in evidence-based body-mind approaches to therapy (e.g., meditative and somatic techniques) as well as talk-based approaches.
To book with Jordan, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org / 778 320 8586