Jordan Rozeske has worked in the mental health field in many different capacities since 2007. After receiving her Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Illinois, she moved to Colorado where she excelled and grew her professional acumen in the mental health field, ultimately becoming the Clinical Director and lead therapist for a therapeutic wilderness program serving “at risk” and court involved youth. Living and working in the mountains became a love and a passion, as did working with teens in a naturally therapeutic setting. In 2012 Jordan joined the FLYY team as part of the organization’s wilderness, clinical, and administrative team.
Since joining FLYY, Jordan has held many critical roles and presently serves as the agency’s Executive Director. Her current position includes overseeing the FLYY’s Clinical and Service Facilitation programs as well as seeing her own clients for individual therapy and skill development. Jordan brings a skill set to FLYY that includes prior work with Children/Family Services, Community Mental Health, Family and Individual Therapy, and Case Management. She specializes in working with complex family systems, teens, young adults, LGBTQIA + identities, adoption and foster care issues, complex trauma, attachment disorders and grief and loss. Jordan’s techniques include, but are not limited to: CBT, DBT, TFCBT principles, guided imagery, mindfulness, strength’s based family systems work, art and experiential based therapies.
Jordan consistently leans into the use of nature and “alternative techniques” when working with clients and usually holds most of her sessions outside of the office to aid in the client’s mental, emotional, social, and spiritual growth process. Jordan loves outdoor activities like hiking and swimming, knitting, art, music and animals. She uses humor in her life and in her work and loves to form a connection with the individuals she works with.