Dr. Jason Neill
Social Sciences and Humanities Division
- Ph.D. Counselor Education and Supervision (University of South Carolina)
- M.A. Biblical Studies (Dallas Theological Seminary)
- M.A. Biblical Counseling (Dallas Theological Seminary)
- B.S. Psychology (Gardner-Webb University)
Dr. Neill is a licensed professional counselor in Colorado and has been practicing as a mental health therapist since 2005. He originally did his internship, while earning his first masters, at Timberlawn Mental Health System working on the trauma unit in Dallas, Texas. During his time there he facilitated group therapy for both in-patients as well as partial day patients. He led groups that focused on issues such as music therapy, journal therapy, process groups, and psychoeducational groups. When working with clients who suffer with traumatic issues it is Dr. Neill’s belief that the counseling process primarily, but not exclusively, revolves around grief work.
Dr. Neill has also counseled at a non-profit organization where he treated a variety of issues including depression, adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse, couple issues, and anger management. Additional professional experiences include facilitating group treatment at an addiction recovery center and supervising counseling students. Dr. Neill enjoys presenting on a variety of counseling topics in local and regional conferences. He has professional memberships in the Colorado Counseling Association and American Counseling Association. He teaches a variety of counseling courses at CCU for the M.A. Counseling program.