Gordon HareGordon Hare, PhD

Licensed Psychologist

“I always make a point to connect with each and every client. Through my understanding of each client as a whole person, we are able to work together to reduce suffering and improve functioning in family, social, and occupational areas. I typically employ cognitive behavioral techniques to improve patterns of thinking, feeling, communicating and behaving. When appropriate, I may utilize EMDR to deal with memories of especially frightening, shocking, or hurtful events. In this way, even long standing emotional burdens can be reduced.”

Special Interests

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), that is troubling and disruptive memories of various traumatic events, including auto accidents, crime, rape, physical, sexual, and/or emotional abuse, or military and/or combat trauma; Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Self esteem, Grief and Loss, Substance Abuse, Relationship issues, Veteran's issues, Anxiety disorders, and Depression


• Therapist, Child & Family Psychological Services, 2007-Present
• Clinical Psychologist, VA Medical Center, Battle Creek, 25 years
• Co-founder of PTSD traetment program for combat veterans, VA Medical Center
• Clinical Psychologist and Consultant, Private Practice, 20 years
• Tenured Associate Professor, Michigan Technological University, 8 years


• Ph.D., Psychology, Washington State University
• M.S., Psychology, Washington State University
• Post Doctoral Fellow, Western Michigan University
• Internship, VA Medical Center, Knoxville, Iowa
• EMDR Level II Trained, 1992