Jordan Stevenot, M.A., LCMHC, LCAS-A

Clinical Director

Jordan Stevenot serves as The Goodale School’s Clinical Director. He has worked with young people and families for more than 18 years in community mental health, crisis management and case management roles. He works directly with Goodale students in individual and group therapy settings and supports families as they engage in therapeutic work alongside their students during their time at The Goodale School. Jordan holds a Master of Arts degree in Professional Counseling from Liberty University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Brewton Parker College. He is also trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Level and in Brainspotting Level II, which provide additional trauma-informed therapeutic options for students when appropriate. Prior to joining The Goodale School and Recovery Community, Jordan provided direct care and clinical leadership at Equinox Residential Treatment Center, Northwest Academy, Unison Behavioral Health and several other organizations. His commitment to students and families is born from a deep desire to help them overcome the challenges they have faced as they decide to take a different path and seek to improve their lives. He firmly believes that when a person seeks a new, healing path, it can be filled with love, happiness and acceptance, in combination with the skills learned at The Goodale School. When not working with students at The Goodale School, Jordan enjoys spending time with his wife and five children.

The Goodale School team is happy to speak with you to determine if our program is the right fit for your son or client. For information, please contact Stacy Barnard, Director of Admissions and Marketing at (828) 220-0040, ext. 2240 or email Stacy.Barnard@GoodaleSchool.org.

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