Jordan hold’s a Master’s Degree in Clinical-Counseling Psychology from LaSalle University. She is licensed in Pennsylvania as a Marriage and Family Therapist and is an Approved Supervisor for the AAMFT. After years of experience in family-based services, school-based services and outpatient mental health, Jordan assumed her role as Executive Director in 2013. She brings extensive knowledge from the field of family therapy and is responsible for the strategic planning, fiscal management and overall operations of the organization.
In addition to her work at CFAR, Jordan chairs the Turning Points for Children CUA 3 Advisory Board. Jordan is passionate about her commitment to building strong and resilient families throughout the Philadelphia region.
Ryan KeoughMS-Clinical Operations Manager
Ryan started at CFAR as an intern, studying Marriage and Family Therapy. When he graduated from Chestnut Hill with his masters degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology, specialized in Marriage and Family Therapy, Ryan stayed with CFAR for contract work while collecting experience elsewhere. Ryan has worked in a variety of levels of care from inpatient, to home visiting, to a preschool program designed for children experiencing autism.
After working as a full time therapist at CFAR, Ryan assumed the role of Clinical Operations Manager in 2016. With this change came the privilege of working closely with the staff on cases and monitoring the day to day operations of the program. Ryan also organizes CFAR’s internship training program. This involves making sure that students are provided the best experience possible to continue providing CFAR quality care when they graduate. Ryan’s goal is to make sure that the best care is being provided for the CFAR community, and to provide a healthy and constructive work experience for the unparalleled staff.
Family Counseling Specialists
The Center for Families and Relationships is a not for profit counseling center serving the needs of individuals, couples, families and children.