Jordan Boehler, LCSW
I am Jordan Boehler, Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I got my license in Clinical Social Work in 2016. My MSW is from University of Southern California in 2013. My Bachelor’s degree in Religion with a focus in Buddhism is from the George Washington University in 2010. I provide in-person and telehealth psychotherapy to adults, children, adolescents, and couples regardless of diagnosis, background, or need.
Areas of Expertise
I am a Certified Rapid Resolution Therapist and a Certified Human-Animal Interventions Specialist.
"Rapid Resolution Therapy® utilizes innovative concepts, multi-level communication and specialized tools to resolve emotional disturbance and maladaptive behavior. Because RRT changes how the unconscious mind processes information, improvements are automatic and lasting. RRT is painless and can be completed within one to three online or in-person meetings.
Traumatic events leave a lasting impression. Even experiences that have been consciously forgotten can continue to have a negative impact. Attempting to bring about enduring change without clearing the negative effects of prior experiences is like trying to repair structural damage to a building by applying a coat of paint.
Traditional approaches to addressing traumatic experiences can be painful and lengthy. RRT is fast, painless and complete. Negative thoughts and emotions dissipate. There is clarity. Energy is released. Healing takes place and desired change is automatic. Clients report natural and lasting improvements."
My expertise is in resolving symptoms of Depression, Anxiety/Panic, Grief, Domestic and Combat PTSD, Anger, OCD, Phobias, Eating Disorders, Gender issues, Sleep issues, ADHD, and Substance Use Disorders, as well as in assisting couples to learn how to more effectively, clearly, and supportively communicate with each other.
Trainings and Certificates:
Certified in Rapid Resolution Therapy
Certified Human-Animal Behavior Intervention Specialist
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Eclectic Mindfulness-Based Techniques