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Jordan Bobbitt, LMSW

Jordan is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) who works with adolescents, adults, and families. Jordan's clinical approach emphasizes affirming care. Specialties include: Adolescents, Trauma, LGBTQIA+, and Sexual Violence.


Jordan Bobbitt has a Master of Social Work, with a clinical concentration, from the University of Pennsylvania. She is pursuing her License of Social Work (LSW) and her License of Clinical Social Work (LCSW). Jordan’s professional interests include working with people of all ages who have been impacted by sexual assault, domestic violence, and other traumas. By engaging in trauma work, Jordan hopes to create a safe space for her clients to process, work through, and cope with their experiences.

My Approach

I have experience working with both individuals and couples in person and virtually. In individual sessions, I work most frequently with adolescents, survivors of domestic/ sexual violence, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, and those with disordered eating challenges. In couple’s sessions, I work with folks who are experiencing fertility challenges, experiences with/ impacts of extra-marital affairs, and those who identify within the LGBTQIA+ community.

Regardless of your identification with these groups, I aim to serve a variety of emotional and behavioral health needs, in a way that is specifically tailored to you. As a person-centered therapist, I often utilize my experience in resource allocation, gender/ identity affirming practices, and systems-based approaches to best individualize your care.

At the core of my therapeutic approach lies a commitment to collaborating with you through life's challenges, providing empathy, unconditional support, and respect for you as the expert on your own life.

As an EMDR- trained provider- I am strongly oriented to facilitating care through body-based approaches/ coping tools. Through an integrative approach, I will also often utilize approaches rooted in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT or Trauma Focused CBT), Person-Centered Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Narrative Therapy, Exposure and Response Therapy (ERP) and more. I hope that through collaboration together, we are able to further validate your previous experiences while crafting a new perspective of what therapy can feel like for you, one day at a time.

If this is your first time seeking mental health support, your nerves and curiosity are welcomed. Here lies an opportunity to create a space that meets your emotional/ behavioral health needs, honors your trust, and allows for you to explore and deepen your connection with yourself, and others, regardless of the path that has brought you here.

Why I Love this Field

I chose to become a mental health therapist because it offers me the unique privilege of being a trusted confidant in people's narrative. Safeguarding and cherishing the trust my clients place in me is fundamental to how I approach both personal and professional relationships. As a therapist, I see this role as a profound honor and responsibility, one that I hold in the highest regard.

I am a human first and therapist second. If you ever find yourself questioning whether a particular experience or feeling is unusual, strange, different, frightening, embarrassing, etc., please remember that simply by experiencing it, it is a part of the human condition. It is truly such an honor to be able to be a supporting character in the chapters of your life story and I cannot wait to explore where your journey leads you!

Jordan Bobbitt's Background

The experiences which first led me on this journey began at The University of California- Davis, where I was awarded a B.S. in Human Development with two minors in Education and Religious Studies. Deeply understanding the biological, psychological, and social components of the human lifespan; how it is impacted by an individual set of beliefs; and how to share this information in a digestible way is essential to the work that I do.

To strengthen these skill sets, I attended The University of Pennsylvania where I was awarded an Master of Social Work (MSW), with a Clinical Concentration. I currently hold my LMSW (Licensed Master Social Worker) and am in pursuit of obtaining my LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker).

Additionally, I am trained, and on track to be certified, in EMDR. This allows for me to actively facilitate this approach with clients while under the support of consultation groups and individual supervision. These sessions are structured a bit differently than typical tak therapy/ psychotherapy sessions so please be sure to reach out to the front desk/ myself to discuss appropriate next steps for your specific needs. To learn more about EMDR, please visit: https://www.emdria.org/about-emdr-therapy/ or feel free to reach out to me at jordan@thelifechangegroup.com.

Jordan’s Specialties

Adolescents |Trauma |LGBTQIA+ | Sexual Violence