Lindner Center of HOPE, Spiritual Care Coordinator
Dr. Gordon joined Lindner Center of HOPE in June 2008 and serves as the Spiritual Care Coordinator. At Lindner Center of HOPE, spirituality is integrated into the therapeutic treatment plan. Dr. Gordon has a wide-range ministerial background and aligns it with a genuine compassion for people.
As Spiritual Care Coordinator, Dr. Gordon is committed to meeting the spiritual needs of each patient, client, and resident at Lindner Center of HOPE. Because the Center is a patient-family centered facility, he sees the importance of availing himself to family members who might have spiritual needs, as well.
Dr. Gordon has served in church ministry for over 18 years. In addition to ministering to adolescents and adults who suffer with mental illness, he has also ministered to the homeless, addicts, and has counseled numerous people with social, financial and spiritual needs. He has traveled to foreign countries to serve in numerous short term mission projects along side missionaries, and has spoken at several mission conferences.
In addition to his duties at Lindner Center of HOPE, Dr. Gordon also serves as a volunteer chaplain at Cedar Village in Mason. He has also volunteered as a chaplain for the Atrium Hospital in Middletown, Sycamore Hospital in Dayton, and Kettering Medical Center in Kettering. Dr. Gordon is a member of the Ethics Committee and is an active voice in the faith community representing individuals suffering with mental health issues.
Dr. Gordon was born and raised in Seattle, Washington. He and wife, Sara were married in 1986 and have two grown children, Curtis and Allison. He may be contacted directly at 513-536-0860.