Jordan Yee

Jordan is in his final year of study for a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy. He completed his undergraduate degree at Azusa Pacific University studying psychology. It was there at APU, through experiences like studying abroad in South Africa, serving in Mexico, and forming lasting relationships, that his passion grew to serve people and build communities. Jordan continued on at Azusa Pacific University for his Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy. His experience there allowed him to serve and work with children, teens, families, and couples through Baldwin Parks Unified School District ECE center. These clients were diagnosed with a variety of presenting problems such as: depression, anxiety, victims of abuse, marital issues, trauma, suicidality, grief, and existential transitions.

Jordan is known to be an adaptable chameleon; joining, working, and pushing alongside people of different ages, ethnicities, cultures, and beliefs. With this, he practices the application of cognitive-behavioral, existential, gestalt, narrative, family systems, and humanistic therapies. As a therapist, Jordan desires his clients to feel valued and free, working and growing alongside them to achieve and discover their goals. Jordan creates space to take a needed breath, pausing to process and explore, and helping to break unwanted, repetitive circles.

Jordan currently assists with Crossroads therapy groups.