Jordan Suarez, MS, LPC, NCC

Jor

Sometimes we reach a season of life that we need a little help navigating, and the good news is that you do not have to do it alone. I truly believe in a collaborative counseling relationship that fosters encouragement and growth. I help clients get to the root of what is preventing them from living the life they desire and create a plan to overcome those hardships. I offer an accepting, warm, judgement free environment that will allow us to explore your past, present and/or future to find the process that fits best for you. After all, you are the expert of your own life and I am here to guide you through your journey.

I have experience working with clients across the lifespan including, but not limited to, adults, teens, couples, families, eating disorders, body image, grief, anxiety, depression, LGBTQIA+ issues, self-esteem and self-harm. I have worked with individuals diagnosed with an eating disorder in both an inpatient and outpatient setting. I strive to help you discover the purpose your eating disorder is currently serving within your life. I will guide you in finding healthy coping skills to replace eating disorder behaviors and cognitive reframing to address eating disorder thoughts and/or negative body image. Regarding couples and families, I believe that a strong foundation of communication is key, and utilize many activities to foster and build those skills.


I welcome anyone to come in my office and find their safe space; I understand the importance of exploring your unique story and it would be an honor to walk alongside you. I know that this time in your life can be daunting, and I want to
assist you in formulating your individualized counseling goals to begin your healing process and walk the path in life that you truly desire. I look forward to scheduling a session with you!

Experience

Education

I received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with a minor in Child Development from Texas Christian University. I then received a Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, with a focus on couples and families, from The University of North Texas.

About Me

I have a sweet Miniature Australian Shepherd named Addison Grace that I love to spoil every second I get. I also enjoy spending time with family and friends, listening to live music, and immersing myself in the world/different cultures through travel. I was born in Texas, but while growing up, moved around to Michigan and California. I moved back to Texas for my undergraduate degree and to be closer to family. I find balance extremely important; anyone in my life knows that I am fiercely passionate and love to give back to my community in any way that I can.