John Yasenchak

Dr. John Yasenchak, Ed.D., LCPC, LADC

Dr. John Yasenchak, Ed.D., LCPC, LADC, is a distinguished member of the contributing faculty at Walden University’s School of Counseling. With a diverse academic background, he has held positions such as Assistant Professor for Graduate Counseling at Husson University, adjunct faculty at the University of Maine, and philosophy instructor at Loyola Baltimore.

Throughout his career, John has significantly contributed to various professional associations, including roles as Clinical Director for the Penobscot Indian Nation, President of the Maine Counseling Association, and Chair of the North Atlantic Region American Counseling Association. His extensive knowledge, spanning philosophy, theological studies, and more, is reflected in his current role on the editorial board of Counseling and Values, an Association for Spirituality, Ethical, Religious, and Values Issues in Counseling publication.

John’s passion for learning is evident through his studies with institutions such as Bhaktivedanta College and the Oxford Center for Hindu Studies, as well as his collaboration with a range of teachers. Over his impressive career spanning nearly four decades, he has made significant contributions to the addictions and mental health field, both through direct service and clinician training.

John is recognized for his expertise in areas like spirituality and religion in counseling, digital ethics and AI, and Yoga as a complementary approach to treatment. His dedication to advancing the field of counseling and his wide-ranging contributions make him a notable figure in the industry.

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