Jordan Briggs, Therapist – ACMHC
Jordan is a graduate from Westminster College, where she earned her Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling in 2018. She received her Bachelor’s in Psychology with a minor in Sociology and certificates in Criminology and Substance Use Disorder Counseling from the University of Utah. She has worked with children and teens for several years in the mental health field in various settings. In previous positions, she has worked individually with foster and adopted children and teens and their families, with boys ages 12-18 at the Genesis Youth Center, and with low-income children and families running an after-school program focused on drug and violence prevention. She also has experience working with adults in substance abuse and mental health settings.
Jordan highly enjoys working with teens and their parents and family members. She is training in EMDR and focuses on attachment theory, mindfulness interventions, and increasing client’s stability and functioning in their social environments. Jordan believes that the parent-child relationship is highly important, as well as the relationships that teens form with their therapist, peers, and positive adult supports.
Jordan enjoys hiking, snowboarding, longboarding, and reading in her free time.