Jordan Masters, MSW, LGSW
Jordan is an LGSW and Supervisee in Social Work who works with children, adolescents, and young adults using a relationship-centered integrative approach. She has demonstrated experience building a strong rapport with young people and is committed to providing client-centered care. Jordan utilizes a variety of treatment modalities to best support each client’s needs including: cognitive-behavioral, narrative, strengths-based, family systems, mindfulness interventions, and maintains a trauma-oriented approach with all clients.
Jordan grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota where she received her Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of Minnesota- Twin Cities with a focus on children and families. During her studies, she completed her clinical training at Children’s Hospital and Clinics of Minnesota completing crisis mental health assessments for suicidal and homicidal youth as well as designing and implementing skills-based mindfulness work. Additionally, Jordan has completed field work counseling patients within a women’s health clinic and providing support to families seeking asylum through a law clinic and in ICE detention centers. Previously, she worked extensively with children, adolescents, and young adults who’ve experienced depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation and self-harm behaviors, ADHD, disordered eating, oppositional behaviors, low-impulse control, trauma, and a number of other mental health concerns.
Jordan developed a great appreciation for the resilience and candor of children and adolescents through a myriad of youth work, her favorite of which was leading backpacking trips in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado with high school students.
She is licensed in Virginia and the District of Columbia.