Jordan started her career in Residential Treatment in 2014 and accepted a position in the Neurotherapies Department in 2016. She is currently serving as a Neurotherapy Technician and is living her core purpose to help those in need by committing to consistently practice heart-centered personal engagement; this is in effort to fully understand the effects of childhood trauma and other diagnoses. She strives to motivate others and and discover each individual’s potential to encourage the healing process and restore hope. Outside of work Jordan is a compassionate wife with a family of animals that she enjoys taking on long hikes in the Ozarks. She believes that animals have significant therapeutic value and provide many opportunities for relationships to flourish.