I am a passionate Marriage and Family Therapist Associate who believes in the power of relationships to heal and transform lives. My goal is to create a safe and non-judgmental space for each client to explore their unique story, understand their emotions, and develop the skills to build healthy and fulfilling relationships.
I work collaboratively with my clients to find the approach that resonates with them and supports their goals. Whether you are struggling with communication issues in your relationship, dealing with a difficult life transition, or working through past trauma, I am committed to walking alongside you in your journey towards growth and healing.
Jordan Williams, QMHP, MA
Qualified Mental Health Professional
Marriage and Family Therapist Associate
MA in Marriage & Family Therapy
Clinical Supervisor: Scott Waters, LPC
As a therapist I enjoy using creativity and curiosity to create a uniquely safe space for each of my clients. I care about genuine connection between client and therapist and enjoy talking candidly at each client’s comfort level. I love to laugh and I am told that I am down to earth, and easy to talk to. I do not tell my client’s what to do but rather, foster a dynamic and environment where we can figure out together where there needs to be change, and what strengths are there to support that.
When I’m not working, you can often find me exploring nature with my spouse and cat, hiking and discovering waterfalls. In my free time, I also enjoy giving back to the community through volunteer work, growing plants, and sitting on my porch and watching the rain fall.
As a Marriage and Family therapist I have the training and skills to aid couples in their goals to reconnect, communicate, and find joy in each other. It takes hard work, and I am here to help you navigate the process.
I have extensive experience working with families to aid parents in understanding and attending to their children’s needs. I utilize an attachment based approach to help parents create security and trust in their relationships with their children.
What we have been through plays a large role in how we view ourselves. Sometimes it takes a little help to unravel and see the through lines. I enjoy utilizing a narrative approach to help clients of all ages tell their life story.