Lisa Jordan, LCPC, NCC
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
Lisa Jordan is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and full-time staff psychotherapist at The Aspen Center. She earned a BA in Psychology from The University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, where she worked at a domestic crisis shelter, a VA hospital in-patient unit, and the Washtenaw County Prosecuting Attorney’s office as a Project Community volunteer. Post-bachelor’s degree, she studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and created a first career in the communications and design fields, which enabled her to live on both the east and west coasts. She happily returned to the Midwest, however, which she has always considered home.
Lisa attended graduate school at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology after her children started grade school, earning an MA in Clinical Psychology with a Counseling specialization and a Distinguished Student award. For practicum and internship she trained at Concordia University’s Schmieding Counseling Center, where she subsequently joined the staff as Director. There she provided students, staff, and faculty members with short and long term counseling, often utilizing a trauma-informed approach in her work with individuals, couples, and groups. Additionally, she provided training and supervision to graduate-level interns at the University. She is currently an Adjunct Faculty member at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
Additional clinical experience includes working with an employee assistance program, utilizing a short term, solution-focused approach, and providing onsite crisis counseling with corporate clients, as well as providing individual, family, and couples counseling at private practices in the northern suburbs. Lisa has additional clinical training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy Level 1, Evaluation & Assessment in Counseling Supervision, Supporting Young Adults in Recovery, Reiki Level 1, EFT, Hospice and Palliative Care, and Trauma-Focused CBT.
Lisa provides psychotherapy to adults in individual, couples, and family sessions. She also sees children 5+ within the context of family treatment.