Jordan Johnson – MA, LPCC
Mental Health Professional
Jordan is experienced in helping people improve their connection with others, whether that is a spouse, a family member, or a friend. He listens carefully to each person’s unique story to understand how to support their healing and growth.
When working with clients, Jordan uses an integration of Cognitive Behavioral Theory (CBT), Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFCT), and Solution-Focused Therapy. The goal is to empower and encourage the challenging of unhelpful or inaccurate beliefs to make room for new possibilities and better emotional connections with others. Issues that Jordan provides support on include couples conflict, discernment counseling, anxiety, co-dependence, depression, substance abuse recovery, faith integration work, financial stress, parenting, and blended family parenting.
- M.A. - Bethel University
- B.S. - University of Northwestern, St. Paul
- Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor