Jordana graduated with great distinction from McGill University in 2002 with her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology. In 2004, Jordana completed her Master of Social Work degree, on the Dean’s honour list, from the University of Toronto. Jordana acquired her Certificate of Completion in Cognitive Behavioural Studies (CBT) through McMaster University, with additional specialization for treating trauma. She has also received training in Emotionally focused therapy (EFT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT). In 2020, Jordana completed courses towards her certification in bereavement counselling through University of Toronto.
Jordana provides expert facilitation of individual, couple, family, and group therapy with over 16 years of clinical experience working in the field of mental health. She has supported a diverse clientele of adults, family members, and seniors as they work through depression, anxiety, life transitions, loss, stress, family and relationship dynamics, addiction, and/or trauma (post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD).
In addition to her clinical role, Jordana holds a faculty position with McMaster University as an Assistant Clinical Professor (adjunct) in the department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences. In this position, she has acted as a Professional Competencies facilitator — guiding medical students through a curriculum that explores the complexities of clinical practice.
Jordana is the proud mother of two remarkable daughters. She enjoys running, cycling, skiing, and hiking with her wonderful partner and beloved chocolate Lab.