Jordan Shannon, PhD, LMHC, C-DMHC, NCC

Dr. Shannon

PhD, Counseling and Counselor Education, Syracuse University
MSEd, Student Affairs & College Counseling, Monmouth Univeresity
BA, History, University of Florida
AA, History, Santa Fe College

Assistant Professor, School Counseling (SCOUN)

Phone: (206) 296-6118

Building/Room: LOYA 411


Dr. Jordan Shannon is an assistant professor of counseling at Seattle University. He previously served as a faculty member and program director at Seattle Pacific University. His research interests center on racial identity development and experiences of racism in counseling, help-seeking behaviors and counseling utilization among diverse populations, mental health stigma and deterrents of counseling, and multicultural training in counselor education. His research has been published in peer reviewed outlets such as the Journal of Counseling & Development (JCD), Journal of Multicultural Counseling & Development, and Race, Ethnicity and Education. Alongside his scholarship he engages in multiple professional service roles. He currently sits on the editorial board for the Journal of Counselor Leadership and Advocacy and the JCD, and he served as chapter faculty advisor for his local chapter of Chi Sigma Iota – International Counseling Honors Society.

On a personal note, Dr. Shannon is an avid movie lover and college football fanatic. His favorite sports teams are the Florida Gators and the Seattle Seahawks. He enjoys spending time outdoors in the beautiful PNW. He and his wife enjoy hiking and exploring the northwest.