Jordan Dunn, PhD (he/him/él) is a clinical psychologist who received his doctorate from the New School for Social Research.
Jordan works with adults and adolescents in individual, group and couple psychotherapy. He welcomes patients with a range of difficulties, including mood and emotion regulation, academic and career difficulties, interpersonal and relationship challenges, trauma, psychosis and substance use. With a background in Harm Reduction Psychotherapy, Jordan is interested in ways people can reduce their suffering and live with greater ease, while also helping people discover new meaning, purpose and possibility and experience greater connectedness with others. He has a keen appreciation of culture, language, race/ethnicity, class, sexuality and gender. He honors individual differences and strives to make a therapeutic space where people can speak freely about their experiences, challenge societal oppressions and live fully and authentically on their own terms.
Jordan has training and experience in insight-oriented therapy (psychodynamic) and skills-based therapies (mindfulness, CBT, DBT) and utilizes both, tailoring the treatment to each person and their goals. He has a warm, active and collaborative style.
Jordan serves as co-chair of the Scholars Committee of the American Psychological Association (APA), Division 39 (Psychoanalysis). His work has been supported and recognized by the Goldmark Black Fellowship for Advanced Studies in the Dynamics of Social Change, and he was selected as a Multicultural Concerns Committee Scholar, APA Division 39 (Psychoanalysis). He is co-author of several peer-reviewed publications on psychotherapy, race, culture and the therapy relationship. He completed internship at Mount Sinai Morningside and West and recently completed a clinical fellowship at Mount Sinai West, The Addiction Institute.
Jordan provides therapy in Spanish and English. He completed a Graduate Certificate in Gender and Sexuality Studies, New School for Social Research. He is currently in training as a mindfulness meditation teacher at the Interdependence Project.