Jordan Kozey, MA
Registered Psychologist (Provisional)
Healing Through Relationship
I’m Jordan Kozey, and I am a passionate therapist and writer from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Born in and amongst the simplicity and open skies of the prairies and trained in core of San Francisco’s elite psychological community, as well as other areas of the world, I am keen on providing a diverse perspective, open mind, and experienced heart to the therapy I provide and the exploration that takes place in my office.
My mission is to compassionately discover ways of cultivating greater health and meaning in the lives of individuals, couples, and families.
My work has seen success in working with individuals experiencing
(Sexual, Mental, Emotional, Injury)
Grief & Loss
Creative Walls/Feeling Stuck
Recovering from Brain Injuries (ABI’s)
(Caretaking of others)
Hard to Explain Spiritual Abilities
Lack of Assertiveness
Troubling, Invasive Thoughts
The complexities of polyamory, swinging, or “lifestyle” issues
Unhealthy Attachment to Parent or Parental Figure
Considering Separation from Spouse
Difficulty with Sexual Preference Issues or Coming Out
Lack of Confidence
Lacking a Sense of Self
I am trained and efficient in assisting individuals and couples in the following areas
Reclaiming Sexual Intimacy & Attractiveness in the Relationship
Surviving/Leaving a Narcissistic Partner
Regaining Life through & After Divorce
Finding Passion & Intimacy After Children
What is it and why is it important?
Alienation from Children, Affairs
Breaking Up But Want to Remain Friends or Co-Parent
Understanding Gender Dynamics & The Subtle Languages of Love
Domestic Violence Support/Repair
Issues in the “Lifestyle” or Polyamory
Blended Family Complications
My approach weaves a creative web through interpersonal, narrative, transpersonal (spiritual), somatic (body-oriented), cognitive and psychoanalytic modalities. My work is sex positive, relational and adventurous in nature.
I also work with dreams, believe that energy needs to move through the body, and that gender plays an important role in well-being. Mostly, I am interested in how we wake up to better lives through relating to one another.
What I Offer
I do NOT diagnose. I believe in alternative measures to exploring mental health than labelling our difficult moment. This does not mean I believe a diagnosis is always a detriment, just that in many cases I see, including my own, a good relationship and an adjustment to behaviours and surroundings is all one needs.
I believe: We are good enough to do exactly what we need to do; we have what we need to heal, within and without; life is a continual stepping into this awareness; and that all of us require help along the way.
I completed my undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Regina, then attended the California Institute of Integral Studies where I completed an MA in Integral Counseling Psychology. I’ve learned that health is not found in textbooks (although there are some damn good books out there), but in relationship & connection, a devotion to self-exploration, behaviours that provide positive returns, and developing ways to connect to the mysteries of life. I also believe we need help and guidance along the way.
Having scaled the vicissitudes of raising children, marriage, divorce, and the deep entanglements of naricissistic/codependent relationships, owning my own business, and having undergone extensive travel, I have a passion for healthy relationships and how to grow toward and within them.
I work with both women and men, and run Prometheus Men’s Group, a place where male energy seeks a healthier, more conscious way. I also write for online journals in the areas of health, wellness, psychology, sexuality, and spirituality.
Why I’m A Therapist:
People ask me why I chose to be a therapist. It’s a good question. It is not solely because I like to help people, although that is certainly part of it. I believe I derive a sense of fufillment when I sit with people and hear the real stories that get missed in everyday, surface level conversation. Each hour is a way for me to witness the emerging of a new hero or heroine in his/her own life. In the same light, I am able to make more sense out of all the experiences I have mountained and valleyed along the way.
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