Roslyn Jordan


Clinical License

Illinois LPC 178.014415

Supervising Clinician: Alexandra Hoerr, LCPC 180.010561


M.A. in Mental Health Counseling, Trinity International University, Deerfield, IL

Certificate for Traumatology Training, Green Cross Academy of Trauma

Graduate Certificate, Spiritual Formation & Discipleship, Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, IL

B.S. in Industrial Relations, Concentration: Psychology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC

  • Adulting & Responsibility
  • Anxiety & Depression
  • Artists & Performing Arts
  • Attachment & Family Of Origin
  • Childhood Trauma
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Faith Integration & Spirituality
  • Group Counseling
  • Helping Professionals
  • Leadership
  • Life Transitions
  • Loss & Grief
  • One Way Relationships & Codependancy
  • Therapy For Therapists
  • Creative & Expressive Modalities
  • Narrative Therapy
  • Person Centered Theory
  • Psychodynamic Theory
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

My Approach

There’s nothing like a good story.

Especially one that inspires and moves us to live out the purpose for which we were created. We are all storytellers. We are all saying something to the world with our lives…the way we act, the way we think, how we use our strength and abilities, the way we engage the struggles and challenges we encounter day to day. All of these things impact the message we share with others.

So, what’s your story? Are you getting caught up in the details that your overarching story is obscured?

Sometimes life can become dulled. You find yourself going through the motions. Experiencing relational conflict and avoiding difficult situations, you stuff your emotions, and get caught up in a cycle of negative self-talk, stuck and spiraling, going in circles.

At other times, life can be chaotic and overwhelming. You are struggling to maintain control, and metaphorically speaking, trying to hold all the balls under water. You exert lots of energy in the pursuit of people pleasing or trying to get it right or do everything perfectly, all while lacking a sense of identity and allowing your voice to be stifled.

Are you questioning your purpose, wondering if there’s more to life than this, and searching for significance? If so, integrating story and purpose into your counseling experience could be a good idea.

Take your next step toward growth.