Jordan Barnard, Psy.D.

Position at CCPH: Post-Doctoral Fellow in Psychology

Year joined UMass: 2012

Clinical Interests: Working with adolescents and adults from a brief dynamic lens; psychological evaluation and assessment; advocating for the equal treatment of people with serious and persistent mental illness; working with student-athletes/sport performance issues; multicultural and LGTBQA issues; individuals on the autism spectrum; teaching and supervision in the field of clinical psychology.

Education: Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, University of Hartford, 2013; M.A., Clinical Practices of Psychology, University of Hartford, 2009; B.A., Psychology, University of Connecticut, 2006

Professional Experience: Multiple college counseling centers, inpatient psychiatric and substance abuse, juvenile forensic evaluations, integrated primary care/mental health, VA healthcare, health psychology rotations

Memberships: American Psychological Association

More about me: Self-care is an integral part of my practice. When not working I enjoy all things sports, music, spending time with loved ones, and lousy TV. I try as much as possible to experience everything western Massachusetts has to offer in terms of food, hiking, and travel destinations. I’d like to think that I bring a passion to all the areas of psychology I practice in. I feel fortunate to be a member of the UMass community and continue to learn from everyone I meet.