M.Soc.Sc. (COUN) PhD (Ohio)
Counsellor Education and Supervision, Research in Mental Health, Alcohol and other Drug Interventions, Psychometrics, Cross-cultural psychology
Australian Counselling Association, Japan Association of Clinical Counsellors
Jason Dixon, PhD, is a bilingual Clinical Counsellor, researcher, Interpreter, Counsellor Educator & Supervisor. He holds a doctorate from the Ohio University and a Master of Counselling from the Australian Catholic University. Jason provides cross-cultural mental health assessments for Queensland Health to assist mental health practitioners deliver psychological services to Japanese patients. Jason is currently engaged by Queensland University of Technology, Faculty of Health as a Research Fellow in Mental Health - Vietnam Project. Jason has also has experience as a Lecturer at the undergraduate and postgraduate level in Counselling and Social Work.
Jason's clinical services include counselling in Japanese to the Japanese community taking into consideration acculturative and adjustment issues. He specialises in the treatment of alcohol and other drug use issues drawing from Harm Reduction, Relapse Prevention and abstinence based approaches. His research pursuits include psychometrics, survey design and cross-cultural psychology and counselling of culturally and linguistically diverse populations.