Therapist InfoAbout Me:
Jordan is LGBTQ affirming and has experience working with individuals from a variety of cultural and spiritual backgrounds. Her clinical interests include chronic illness, sexual and gender identity development, treatment resistant depression, trauma, codependency, and immigration. Therapy with Jordan is collaborative, evidence-based, experience-based, and creative. This is your time to explore the parts of yourself that need care, but you don't have to do it alone!Jordan orients their work on anti-oppressive and client-centered practices. She draws from a variety of therapeutic modalities so as to best meet their clients' needs; these include but are not limited to EMDR, ACT, CBT, ketamine-assisted therapy, and other expressive modalities to integrate the body and mind.Description of Services:
Credentials & Certifications: LCSW, CPATPLicenses: 149.022146
- IV Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy in conjunction with Midwest Ketamine Center.
- Preparation, Harm Reduction and Integration Therapy for any substance or experience.
- Ongoing individual, partner, and family psychotherapy options.
- Clinical supervision and business consultation.
DetailsRemote Practitioner: YesPrice Range: $40-200
Our ProcessOverview of Experience:
Jordan (she/they) is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy Provider with experience providing psychotherapy to youth and adults in both English and Spanish. She received her Master’s in Social Work with certificates in Trauma-Informed Care and Culturally Responsive Mental Healthcare for Immigrant Families from the University of Chicago in 2018. Jordan has also completed special training in crisis intervention, trauma-focused therapies (EMDR, IFS), psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy, suicide postvention, eating disorders, and technology usage as it relates to mental health.Intake Process:
Clients are invited to free 15-minute phone consultation before scheduling their initial intake appointment. Intake appointment includes a review of biological, social, spiritual, and cultural factors in the client's life in addition to the psychological experiences that bring them to therapy. Clients are encouraged to ask questions and get to know their therapist as well. Prior to beginning any form of psychedelic/ketamine therapy, clients must complete both an intake and at least one preparation session.