Jordan Wildman, MS, LPC, NCC
As a fully Licensed and Nationally Board Certified Counselor, Jordan draws on over 20 years work experience in the field. Jordan is highly qualified to guide people towards optimal wellness and assist people in finding ways to prepare for and avoid anxiety, depression and substance abuse relapse. Jordan is trained in Neurofeedback which makes her an ideal candidate for clients who wish to find an alternative and a supplement to medication. Neurofeedback helps anxiety-depression spectrum, PTSD, attention deficits, behavior disorders, sleep disorders, headaches, migraines, PMS and emotional disturbances. It can also help with peak performance in athletes. As an avid athlete herself, she understands the importance of being at the top of your mental and physical performance for competition. Jordan is a devoted athlete and CrossFit trainer, training 7 days a week in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Crossfit and running; competing regularly in distance and ultra-running events. As a former NCAA national champion swimmer, she believes that being in both good mental and physical health has contributed to her successes as an athlete throughout her life. As an athlete, she understands the role that food plays in her daily life and can attest to the powers of clean eating and its efficacy in our overall well-being. When she’s not in the gym or out running, you can find her with her husband and her two boy’s out and about in nature or on the river.
Jordan has worked in various clinical settings including: special education teacher, wilderness therapy program leader, probation officer, detox counselor and crisis therapist. Jordan was also the therapist at Alternative horizons, the domestic violence agency, where she worked in depth with survivors of domestic violence. She worked with SASO, co-facilitating a group on female survivors of childhood sexual trauma. She works with clients to deepen their capacity to be proactive in their own mental health.
Jordan graduated with her MS in Mental Health Counseling from Capella University in 2012. Jordan specializes in working with clients who suffer from: anxiety, depression, substance abuse, addiction, PTSD, trauma, and eating disorders. Jordan understands the value of your time, offering short-term intervention, crisis and long-term counseling. She also works with adolescents and teens.
Jordan is credentialed as a therapist with the 6th Judicial District Victims Compensation Board and member of the American Mental Health Counselors Association. She is also a choice provider for TriWest insurance.
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