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Nicole Jordan, MSSA, LCSW

Nicole Jordan, MSSA, LCSW

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Location: Lemont

ADD /ADHD, Anxiety, Trauma / PTSD

Nicole is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), with a Master’s Degree from Case Western Reserve University. Nicole aims to provide a warm and inviting environment for teens and up, with the intention of meeting clients at their current stage of development. Her client-centered approach utilizes aspects of skill building, play, and helping clients build/redefine their narrative. Specifically, Nicole prioritizes building a strong connection with her clients in order to help them feel more comfortable opening up and addressing difficult topics in a safe and judgment-free space.

Nicole’s area of expertise includes working with clients, teens and up, dealing with ADHD. She has received her ADHD-Certified Clinical Service Provider (ADHD-CCSP) and feels very comfortable providing support, education, and guidance in helping clients understand and manage the difficulties of ADHD.

Other areas of focus that Nicole works with are anxiety, trauma, chronic pain, and athletes. Nicole would love to work with you today and is accepting new clients at our Lemont office!

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Locations
lemont
telehealth
Patient Types
Adult (22-64)
Young Adults (18-21)
Teens (14-17)
Specializations
ADD / ADHD
Anxiety
Medical Issues / Pain Management
Sports Psych
Trauma / PTSD
Session Type
Individual
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