Tim Jordan, M.D., is a Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrician, which means that he completed a pediatric residency after medical school and then completed two years of a Developmental and Behavioral pediatric fellowship training. One year was spent at the Oregon Health Sciences Center at the University of Oregon and the second year was under the mentorship of Dr. T. Berry Brazelton at Harvard University in Boston.
- anxiety and fears
- self esteem issues
- friendship drama concerns
- self harm
- parent-child communication concerns
- family relationships and more
Dr. Jordan does not diagnose nor treat children with Autism and Aspergers Syndrome. Parent(s) should come in with their child or teenager to the first visit and then follow Dr. Jordan’s suggestions for follow up appointments as needed.
His counseling practice is in Chesterfield, MO and he counsels girls and their parents in St. Louis and nationally via Skype and Facetime including college women.
We are considered out-of-network providers therefore, it is best to call your insurance company and ask what coverage your policy allows for out-of-network doctors. We do ask for payment at the time of office visit and will give you a patient statement you may send to insurance after each visit.
To make an appointment, call Anne at the office at 636-530-1883.
Sharing Our Voices Support Groups
Support Groups facilitated by Tim Jordan, M.D.
Support groups give girls a safe place to discuss issues such as everyday stresses, friend dramas, decisions about future, hurts, fears, hopes and dreams!
Bi-monthly sessions are spread out throughout the semester. Girls meet after school at our office from 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.
See dates below for current sessions and call Anne Jordan at 636-530-1883 to register your daughter.
Spring 2019 Information & Dates:
We are currently running only High School age support groups this semester.
- Sharing Our Voices High School flyer