Jordan M. Spencer is a graduate of Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Erie Pennsylvania, who has had extensive training in both Internal medicine and Psychiatry through the Medical University Of South Carolina. Given his unique background as an osteopathic physician with a holistic outlook on health, and broad rigorous dual training background, he is uniquely positioned to provide comprehensive personalized psychiatric care to you or your loved one. With a strong understanding of pharmacology and expert training in psychotherapy (talk therapy) he is more than prepared to participate in your med management and therapy needs.
Dr. Spencer tries to approach each individual as just that… an individual. With Dr. Spencer you will feel heard, and will feel that you don’t simply have a “doctor” but rather an actively participating partner in your mental health and general wellness.
Dr. Spencer has completed the “X waiver” training for the use of buprenorphine in opioid addiction and is happy to help initiate MAT therapy for those who are interested.
Both in-person and tele-visits are available
Complicated medical comorbidity
Interventional psychiatric techniques such as Ketamine, TMS, and Chronotherapy
Therapy modalities/techniques include:
M-CBT (Mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)
ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy)
Authorship includes contributions to titles such as
“Proposed 2022 CDC Clinical Practice Guideline for Prescribing Opioids”,
“Zebra Hunting and Hypokalemia”,
“Co-evolution of Psychotropic Substances and Eurokotic Addictive Tendencies”,
“Reflections on Humanism”,
“Management of inflammation/pain associated with rheumatic
diseases with mindfulness and meditation: A literature review.”,
“Hyperemesis Gravidarum induced Wernicke’s Encephalopathy: An Unusual Presentation of Altered Mental Status”,
“Meditation for rheumatic disease: Magic, myth, or Practical Medical Modality, “Complexity Interventions Units in the US: Organization and Dispersion”, “Penny For More thoughts on Lithium Induced Cardiomyopathy”, “5 Ways To Develop Serenity During Anxious Times”,
“Restricting Care in Times of Crisis”, “Neural Mechanisms: Nicotine and Alcohol