Gordon Greer works with adolescents, adults, and families on an array of concerns, including anger, anxiety, compulsive behavior, co-occurring mood/substance use problems, depression, grief/loss, identity formation (self/LGBTQ+/intersecting), shame, stress, and trauma.
Gordon received a bachelor’s degree in education from Indiana University/Indianapolis and a master’s degree in social work from Western Michigan University. His previous professional experience includes work with unhoused people in the community, psychiatrically hospitalized adolescents and adults, and employees exposed to workplace events like fatality and violent crime.
Gordon has an integrated theoretical approach, and because it is usually the determining factor for successful therapy, he places primary emphasis on the quality and process of the therapist-client relationship. He does his best to afford a space that consistently feels welcoming, nonjudgmental, and safe to clients, and describes his style as relaxed and yet direct. Outside of session, he enjoys sports, landscaping, dry humor, and quality time with his sons and dog.