Jordan is a registered psychotherapist (qualifying). He started as a Jazz bassist (he is still active), and later worked in film (mostly on Indigenous-led and focused productions). His capacity to create and hold safe spaces that allow exploring the shadows of the self while identifying the underlying constructs that create the larger context of our lives is natural and beyond generous. His approach to talk therapy is deeply rooted in a feminist perspective, creating a safe and supportive space with a focus on the experiences and struggles that social constructs create. He is highly attuned to the existing power dynamics and is dedicated to deconstructing social inequities and calling out systemic issues. Jordan’s work is characterized by a deep sense of empathy, a keen understanding of social dynamics, and an unwavering commitment to helping individuals live more fulfilling lives.