Jerod Killick received his Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology in 1997, and later completed a post-graduate clinical and research concentration in the fields of Behavioural Medicine and Health Psychology. Jerod is an advocate for low-barrier Primary Care and Opioid Agonist Therapy (OAT) services, targeting marginalized populations. He currently works as a senior leader in mental health and addictions in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Jerod is also an avid fine art photographer favoring analogue approaches to making pictures. You can find his featured portfolio work on the Killick Photography website.