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Vancouver | Professor, Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.)

Jordan Maile, Ph.D., R. Psych.

Overview

Overview

With respect to my teaching philosophy, I believe in a teaching/supervision style that is collaborative, supportive, and collegial. I believe in empowering students to think critically and ethically, and to develop their own clinical style using empirically supported treatments.

I particularly enjoy working with students in the Psy.D. program because of their diversity, energy, and openness to new experiences, and the unique life experiences they bring to the classroom and their clinical work.

My research interests include adult criminal forensic assessment and bringing experimental psychological research to bear on clinical practice; for example, how the area of mood and risky decision making can impact clinical work (i.e., disclosure of sensitive clinical information).

Please email or call me 236.521.2496 if you have questions or would like more information about me.

Education

Education

  • Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, City University of New York (John Jay College of Criminal Justice)
  • M. Phil., Psychology, City University of New York (John Jay College of Criminal Justice)
  • M.A., Psychology, City University of New York (John Jay College of Criminal Justice)
  • B.A., Psychology, University of British Columbia
Professional Memberships

Professional Memberships

  • Registered Member of College of Psychologists of British Columbia
  • Member of British Columbia Psychological Association
Select Publications

Select Publications

  • Antonius, D., Sinclair, S. J., Shiva, A. A., Messinger, J. W., Maile, J., Siefert, C. J., Belfi, B., Malaspina, D., Blais, M. A. (2013). Assessing the heterogeneity of aggressive behavior traits: exploratory and confirmatory analyses of the reactive and instrumental aggression Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) scales, Violence and Victims, 28(4), 587-601.
  • Iverson, G.L., Lepage, J., Maile, J., Maile, C.  (2004). TOMM scores are not affected by chronic pain or depression in patients with fibroymalgia (Abstract). Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 19, 871.
Select Presentations

Select Presentations

  • Maile, J. S., Sothmann, C. F., & Allwood, M. (2010, November). The role of trauma-related hyperarousal and emotional numbing in aggressive and delinquent behavior. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Montreal, Canada.
  • Maile, J. S., Maile, C. P., & Jeglic, E. (2010, November). Perceptions of deviance of sexual fantasies in an undergraduate sample. Poster session to be presented at the meeting of the Criminal Justice SIG of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, San Francisco, California.
  • Maile, J., Maile, C., & Allwood, M. (2010, April). Questionnaire Mode and Self-Report of Sexual Fantasy. Poster presented at the Graduate Center All Psychology Research Day, New York, New York.
  • Maile, J. S., Maile, C. P., & Jeglic, E. (2009, November). Differences in internet and paper-and-pencil self-reports of deviant sexual behavior. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Criminal Justice SIG of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, New York, New York.
  • Maile, J. S., Maile, C. P., & Allwood, M. (2009, August). Questionnaire administration format and self-disclosure of deviant sexual fantasies. Poster session presented at the meeting of Division 9 (SPSSI) of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.
  • Maile, J. S., Gottdiener, W. H. (2009, August). Experiential and behavioral indicators: Are they unique to sexual killers? Poster session presented at the meeting of Division 41 (American Psychology-Law Society) of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.
  • Maile, J., Gottdiener, W. H. (2009, June). Impulsivity, trait anger and anger expressivity and the prediction of reactive aggression to verbal provocation in males. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, Montreal, Canada.

Vancouver Campus

Adler University in Vancover has been, like Canada itself, born and built with an open mind. Located in the midst of one of the world’s most exciting and breathtaking cities, Adler University reflects a true Canadian spirit. It’s smart, inclusive and determined to make a world of difference. By design, our Vancover campus echoes the Adler values and intent down every hall and in every room. It is built to live, breathe and inspire those with the passion to pursue a more just society. This is where the work gets done.

At Adler Vancover, you’ll find multiple collaborative areas with the absolute latest technology. Learning areas and windows have literally been situtated to stimulate thought. To some, that may sound odd, but these things do matter. If students are given the space, opportunity and technology to achieve their goals, they are more likely to rock the boat of conventional thought.

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