Jordan is currently working towards his MA in Counseling Psychology at City University of Seattle. Throughout his career, Jordan has worked with youth and adults from a diverse spectrum of cultural backgrounds who have experienced a number of challenges encompassing stress, anxiety, identity issues, substance use, life transitions, relationship issues, parenting challenges and conflict with the law.
In addition to his one-on-one work, Jordan has delivered effective and efficient training and education sessions to over 30,000 professionals, parents and students on the topic of youth gang involvement and prevention/intervention strategies to address it. Jordan’s life experience combines with education to find purpose in building rapport through shared experience and professional support.
Jordan believes that in any type of relationship, especially a therapeutic one, communication and openness are the cornerstones. Therapy can help a person understand old patterns, learn new skills and work towards a better version of self to lead to a more fulfilling and meaningful life. Jordan utilizes a number of different modalities and theories which guide his work, including Multi-Systemic Family Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, supported by the foundational concepts of Emotion-Focused therapy. Jordan works from a client-centered perspective to quickly and efficiently build rapport while maintaining the highest commitment to both professional and personal standards in providing you with the highest quality of service and care.