Jordana Roth, M.S.
Education: Bachelor’s in Psychology, University of Florida – Gainesville, FL, Master’s in Clinical Psychology, Nova Southeastern University – Fort Lauderdale, FL, Doctoral Candidate in Clinical Psychology, Nova Southeastern University – Fort Lauderdale, FL
Approach to Therapy: Attending to each client’s unique needs and goals, Jordana primarily utilizes an integrative approach with a focus on Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) as needed. She strives to help the client explore new mindsets and approaches to their life, with support and collaboration along the way. Jordana is passionate about helping young adults facing difficult life adjustments and distressing internal experiences. She aims to create a safe and comforting space by building an authentic relationship with each client.
Supervisor: Kenley Sullivan-Thomas, Psy.D; Priya Kirpalani, Psy.D, CGP
Professional Interests: Some of Jordana’s professional interests include anxiety disorders, mood disorders, relationship/interpersonal difficulties, identity exploration, difficulty adjusting/transitioning, and self-esteem concerns.
Other Activities: Jordana loves to stay active, spend time at the beach, relax and watch a good tv series, and spend time with friends.