Meet our Clinical Social Work Intern!


Jordan Williams is a 2nd-year graduate student through the University of Kentucky’s College of Social Work. She also has obtained her Bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina Wilmington in Exercise Science.  Jordan decided to change career paths when she realized that her minor courses in psychology resonated more with her values.   She is currently on the course to obtain her MSW in December, 2023 along with her clinical practice and substance use disorder certificates. Jordan plans to pursue licensing to become a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.

“Ever since enrolling in my MSW program, I have been excited to further my knowledge in a way that will allow me to help others and ease their suffering. I hope to help individuals struggling with life to recognize their own strengths and abilities as well as to help them recognize that they truly are not alone.”

Jordan has a passion for preventative mental health care and hopes to help others see the value and importance of preventative measures. Her education has centered around Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Solution-Focused Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, and Strengths-Based Resolutions. Jordan strives to provide a counseling environment that is safe, non-judgemental, empowering, supportive, and respectful. She is hoping to help those who face depression, anxiety, bipolar, and PTSD concerns as well as those suffering from burnout, life stressors or transitions, self-esteem complications, and other barriers that may present themselves. Jordan believes strongly in respect, freedom, justice, equality, and creativity.

Meet our Therapist!

Amanda Morgan, MSW, LCSW, LICSW

Amanda Morgan is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Pennsylvania and Florida, as well as a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in Washington, DC. Amanda has her Bachelors and Masters in Social Work from New York University.

"I truly enjoy helping individuals who are seeking solutions to challenges they are facing."

Amanda has worked with children, adolescents, adults, geriatrics, and families.  She has knowledge and experience in areas of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, all forms of abuse and neglect, trauma, adoption, foster care, LGBTQ+ specific needs, pregnancy, infertility, grief, parenting, caregiving, shame/guilt, financial social work, accountability, professional development, navigating educational advocacy, living with medical complications, Sensory Processing Disorder, and adjusting to life changes.  She is clinically trained to work with individuals who face mental health diagnoses including, but not limited to depression, post partum concerns, anxiety, OCD, bipolar, and PTSD. Sessions will be tailored to meet your unique and specific needs, but the most common modalities utilized in therapy are a mix of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Focused CBT, Solution-Focused, Exposure Response, Internal Family Systems, and always Client-Centered Therapeutic techniques. 

"I genuinely enjoy the work I do with all individuals and place value in the fact that everyone's story, rationale, and feelings are different. I look forward to providing a safe, confidential space for you or your loved one to share their story and help find emotional, social, physical, spiritual, and/or occupational wellness and recovery."