Jordan A. Madison, LCMFT
When your initials spell JAM, of course you find a way to incorporate it into your brand in any way you can.
So what's my JAM?
Creating spaces that allow individuals to heal and grow in order to lay the foundation for healthy and stable couple relationships.
It all began from a Grey's Anatomy episode (Season 4; Episode 17). The main character had an aha! moment during her therapy session, and I knew I wanted to be able to provide others with insight into their behaviors like what I saw in the show. My desire to reduce the stigma around mental health in the Black community was ignited during my matriculation at Spelman College. Understanding the intersectionality of being a Black woman and how that impacts overall wellness was instilled in us from the day we entered the gates. It was through my experiences during my masters program that I realized my joy and passion for working specifically with couples.
Outside of the therapy room, I enjoy listening to 90s R&B, practicing yoga, reading, burning candles, making hair masks, holding babies, and collecting affirmations.
M.S. in Couple & Family Therapy
University of Maryland,
B.A. in Psychology
Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Maryland
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) Certified
Board Member of Metro MFT Therapists
Board Member of Maryland Counseling Association
Board Member of Maryland Association of Marriage, Couples, and Family Counselors