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Jordan Gross

Jordan Gross, MSW

Jordan Gross, MSW​ - Provider at WholeHeart Psychotherapy

Jordan Gross is a Master’s Level Social Worker. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Communication from Appalachian State University in 2017 and received her degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of Georgia. In May of 2023, she graduated with a Dual Masters degree in Social Work and Divinity. Jordan is excited to offer clients a strength-based, holistic approach to the therapy process as well as additional spiritual care (for those individuals who request it).

Jordan has experience working with adolescents, teens, and young adults who have encountered grief and loss, individuals who have suffered trauma (of all kinds including harm by religious spaces), and individuals who have struggled with anxiety and depression. Her approach to therapy is one that is rooted in offering a gentleness and sincere presence to clients of all ages and genders. She listens with a “whole heart” to provide complete compassion and empathy to every situation.

Some of her clinical interests include work around body image, eating disorders, anti-diet culture, spirituality, anxiety, depression, and DBT therapy. Jordan works under the supervision of Tara Arnold, PhD, LCSW, CEDS-S, RYT-200 to provide therapy on an income-based, sliding scale to meet the needs of her clients.

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Jordan Gross, MSW​ - Provider at WholeHeart Psychotherapy

Jordan Gross, MSW

Jordan Gross is a Master’s Level Social Worker. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Communication from Appalachian State University in 2017 and received her degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of Georgia. In May of 2023, she graduated with a Dual Masters degree in Social Work and Divinity. Jordan is excited to offer clients a strength-based, holistic approach to the therapy process as well as additional spiritual care (for those individuals who request it).

Jordan has experience working with adolescents, teens, and young adults who have encountered grief and loss, individuals who have suffered trauma (of all kinds including harm by religious spaces), and individuals who have struggled with anxiety and depression. Her approach to therapy is one that is rooted in offering a gentleness and sincere presence to clients of all ages and genders. She listens with a “whole heart” to provide complete compassion and empathy to every situation.

Some of her clinical interests include work around body image, eating disorders, anti-diet culture, spirituality, anxiety, depression, and DBT therapy. Jordan works under the supervision of Tara Arnold, PhD, LCSW, CEDS-S, RYT-200 to provide therapy on an income-based, sliding scale to meet the needs of her clients.

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Whole Heart Psychotherapy is an incredible practice of knowledgeable, compassionate, and ethical clinicians. As a therapist myself, it is important to establish relationships with other groups for networking, consultation, and collaborative purposes. I truly appreciate that I can trust the clinicians of Whole Heart to provide effective treatment to clients that I refer to their services. I also am grateful for the professional consultation and collaboration that is provided when working with shared cases or when seeking feedback. Whole Heart and its staff are always on my list of providers for outside referrals.
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