John “JJ” Jackson, III
JJ (he/him) is a Post-Master’s Resident under the supervision of Karen Powdrill. He has experience working with children and adults in inpatient, community-based, crisis and hospital-based settings. His professional interests include working with sexual minorities, individuals dealing with trauma, anxiety, depression, sexual health concerns, and chronic illnesses. JJ adopts a multicultural lens for therapy, alongside cognitive-behavioral, person-centered, and postmodern approaches to therapy.
BA, Bethune-Cookman University (sociology)
MA, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (clinical mental health counseling)