Jacob W. Glazier, M.S. Ed., NCC, is a Ph.D. student pursuing a degree in Psychology in Consciousness and Society at the University of West Georgia. He has his Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and practices at the Center for Counseling and Career Development at the University of West Georgia. Jake is also a Graduate Research Assistant.
Jake’s research interests focus on using the ontology of phenomenological philosophy as a grounding for exceptional and paranormal experiences, especially appropriating the phenomenology of Martin Heidegger and Maurice Merleau-Ponty. Similarly, he specializes in the Descriptive Phenomenological Method to qualitative research as developed by Amedeo Giorgi. As a clinician, Jake is interested in clinical and counseling approaches to exceptional experiences.
Jake is a co-editor and founding member of the Journal of Exceptional Experiences and Psychology (JEEP) which is a scholarly forum dedicated to the exploration of exceptional experiences such as survival after death, out-of-body experiences, extrasensory perception, psychokinesis, poltergeists, mediumship, and hauntings. Also included are cryptids, abduction encounters, possession, psychic healing, and synchronicity.
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