We have had the opportunity to work with Jordan for over a year. One of the first things we noticed was how Jordan worked to establish a relationship, with both our son and ourselves, before diving into work with us. He took the time to get to know each of us as individuals and met us where we were at. Jordan quickly learned that our son loves basketball. Jordan was often on the basketball court with our son, working with him in various ways. Therapy didn’t have to be sitting in an office. Therapy happened in many places and at various times as opportunities arose.
One of the things that we appreciated about Jordan was that he didn’t take a cookie cutter approach to therapy. He asked good questions, he made you think, he got to the real issues, and he truly listened. He was non-confrontational but at the same time he didn’t let you off the hook or let things slide by. Jordan was very aware of what was going on, not only with our son, but also with us. He knew when and where to apply the pressure to help us and our son grow. He didn’t offer solutions to our various challenges but encouraged us to look deeper to find answers.
Jordan not only did amazing work with our son but also worked with us as a couple to help us heal and grow. He has helped us work through our own challenges so that we can be better parents.
Jordan has had a major impact on our son’s treatment and growth and our growth as a couple, and as a family. Working with Jordan has been a true blessing. The work he has done with our son and family is something we will never forget and something for which we will be forever grateful.