Jason Hindman Bio

Psychologist III, Coordinator of Practicum Training

Personal Statement:
I find it particularly rewarding to provide counseling services to Texas A&M's student body. The diversity that is found in college students is remarkable and makes my job continually challenging and interesting. And it's a treat to work for a university that is as vibrant and spirited as Texas A&M! I strive to genuinely connect with each client and form an authentic relationship, not something that is contrived or artificial. I am committed to collaborating with my clients in a process of mutual exploration that will help them make better sense of their experiences. While counseling work may focus on an individual's thinking, emotions, or relationships and may consider influences from both the past and present, it will always be flexible and account for an individual's unique context. I have a special interest in relationship issues, family dynamics, social adjustment, spirituality, and group counseling. In my personal time, I enjoy my wife and four children, camping, photography, reading history, watching movies, playing/watching sports, and taking road-trips.

Academic Training:
Ph.D. Counseling Psychology, University of North Texas
M.S. Psychology, University of North Texas
B.B.A. Marketing, Abilene Christian University

Texas A&M Student Counseling Service

Areas of Special Interest:
Relationship issues, gender issues, spirituality, substance abuse, identity and group therapy…

Theoretical Orientation:
Eclectic, with an emphasis on interpersonal process work.

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