Wisdom for Wellbeing with Dr. Kaitlin Harkess (Clinical Psychologist)
Jordan Green is a licensed clinical therapist and coach in Tulsa, Oklahoma. In addition to her work with individuals and couples, Jordan provides inspirational and educational content on love and relationships on her therapy Instagram page @the.love.therapist. Jordan also started a membership program called The Love Group where you can join a private community that discusses relationships, self-love, and mental wellness on her website jordanandrea.com.
Jordan Green – Healthy relating with Love Therapist
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In this weeks episode I connect with therapist Jordan Green who is the founder of The Love Group for a conversation about creating healthy relationships, not only with your intimate partner but also in a family dynamic.
JUNE 7, 2021
This week we are joined by the Love Therapist, Jordan Green, to discuss relationships, attachment styles, superheroes, and how to build a secure and healthy relationship with your partner. Jordan is a therapist, coach, and licensed clinical social worker who specializes in counseling and couples therapy.
Undoubtedly, 2020 was a tumultuous year filled with uncertainty and anxiety. Between the perpetual state of social turmoil and people’s businesses and relationships being torn asunder, the worldwide pandemic has taken a great toll on our mental health in one way or another. Though with the events of this first month, it may not seem like it, 2020 is over, and now is the time to look back in retrospect.
By Karina Gandola Published on March 15, 2022
Relationships are one of the most important things in our lives, but they can be hard. These top relationship experts are here to help you navigate them.
Relationships come in many shapes and forms. There are no rules to them. But the only rule that all relationships should follow is that they should be healthy. This includes respecting and understanding the other person – whether they are a friend or a partner – and working together to solve any problems that arise.
But this is easier said than done. Human emotions and relationships are messy. Don’t worry, though! These top relationship experts are here to help you!
January 31, 2021 by Annalise Mantz
A healthy lifestyle isn’t just about how often you exercise or how many vegetables you eat — your social life also plays a huge role in your well-being.
Spending time with friends and family is a crucial component of a happy life, licensed clinical social worker and therapist Jordan Andrea Green explained. “Close relationships increase our sense of belonging, purpose, happiness, well-being, and confidence,” she said. Some studies even suggest that supportive relationships can make you more resilient and better equipped to handle stressful situations.
By Dara Katz | Jan. 5, 2021
You made it through 2020 as a couple. And considering, well, everything—see: distance learning, sheltering in place, risky essential work and endless financial and emotional stress—that’s no small feat. So how do you make your marriage even stronger in 2021? Jordan Green, a licensed clinical therapist who works with both individuals and couples (and also curates an exceptional educational and inspirational feed about relationships on her Instagram @the.love.therapist), told us the one word she has on her mind for the new year: interdependence. Here’s why.
Arguments and conflicts in a relationship are normal and inevitable, and while some people may fear them, conflicts can be an opportunity to strengthen your relationship and teach you how to better support one another.
It’s not about whether or not you have conflict in a relationship; the important thing is how you approach it. Read on to learn how to handle arguments in a relationship and how to fight fair in a relationship.