Psychotherapy & PC
James Jordan, Ph.D. My qualifications begin with my Life Experiences. It takes a life time of experiences to really appreciate what "LIFE" really is. I have traveled, worked, and lived around the world throughout my life - meeting many different people. If you looking for someone who can relate to your own world travel experiences – I have lived in the U.K., Guam, Australia, Japan, and recently Iraq.
I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) in the state of New Mexico, and a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Colorado. My Ph.D. is in Counseling Psychology (University of Denver, APA Program).
I see adults, and the elderly up to about 75. I work with Individuals, families, and Couples. My preferred method of treatment is often Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, however – my decision on treatment orientation is tempered by the individual’s worldview and immediate needs. Sometimes an Existential, Psychodynamic, or Behavioral perspective is more appropriate. I also have many year's experience in Substance Abuse Counseling. Other experiences include Group Therapy, Professional Presentations, and working with a wide diversity of cultures, religious worldviews, sexual orientations, and ethnic groups. I have been a Professor of Psychology at several universities stateside and abroad. I am from the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma and have specialized in Multi-Cultural Psychology in my academic research, writings, and consultation.