She, her, hers
Works with age 4 & up, teens, young adults
Jordan received her BS in Family & Child Sciences from Florida State University and Masters of Family Therapy degree from Mercer University. In her free time, Jordan and her husband love to travel and spend time with their cats.
Session Intake: $185
Individual Session Rate: $160
Super bills can be provided by request.
Sessions are 45 minutes and use the 90834 code
Jordan is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Registered Play Therapist who specializes in working with children and adolescents. She utilizes child-centered play therapy when working with children, which is a developmentally appropriate approach that meets the child where they are in their journey in order to foster positive change towards healing. By utilizing children’s natural language of play as well as nurturing an understanding and empathetic therapeutic relationship, children are able to process their experiences and emotions in the non-judgmental space of therapy. She views therapy through a systemic lens, often involving the family system in therapy.
When working with teenagers & adults, Jordan utilizes a person-centered approach. She works to create a non-judgmental space to promote self-acceptance, growth & change. She believes the client is the expert of their own life so through a collaborative strengths-based approach she facilitates growth by building off the strengths and resources they already possess.
Jordan enjoys working with children and adolescents with a variety of challenges including anxiety and stress management, self-esteem/identity development social anxiety, emotional regulation, highly sensitive children, adolescents & young adults navigating life transitions, managing boundaries, grief and loss, depression, executive functioning/ADHD, and LGBTQIA+ clients. She is a LGBTQIA+ affirming therapist.
Her previous experience includes working in an outpatient CORE agency as well as an inpatient behavioral health hospital. Jordan spends part of the summers working as a mental health professional at a sleep away camp, Camp Coleman in North Georgia. Here she supports the mental health needs of campers and staff as part of the camper care team.