Meet Dr. Tim

Dr. Tim Jordan is the leading expert on parenting girls and helping them navigate through their normal developmental transformations, allowing them to emerge as strong, happy and fulfilled women. A Developmental and Behavioral pediatrician, International Speaker and Author, Dr. Tim demystifies the behavior of tween and adolescent girls to help parents build closer relationships with their daughters based on trust and understanding rather than parent out of fear.

He has more than 30 years experience working with girls of all ages through his private counseling practice, support groups, his summer camp and his Strong Girls, Strong World school programs. Dr. Tim trained with the renowned Dr. T. Berry Brazelton at Harvard Medical School, where he developed his proven methods. He also serves as an adjunct professor at Webster University in St. Louis and as a local and national media consultant.

Dr. Tim and his wife, Anne, have raised three children, Kelly, TJ and John, which they consider their most important work.

Adolescence can be a frightening and confusing time for both girls and their parents; but it doesn’t have to be that way. Dr. Tim Jordan helps parents reframe and normalize the developmental touchpoints all girls go through as they transform into a woman, providing perspective so they don’t lose sight of the forest (normal adolescent transformation) for the trees (symptoms like depression, anxiety and cutting). His common sense approach enables parents to be more confident and effective, reducing conflict and drama while remaining a strong influence in their daughters’ lives throughout adolescence and early adulthood.

Working with girls directly, Dr. Tim provides the tools to help them look within to discover their “true” selves, guiding them in a direction of positive personal growth. His approach helps create a more peaceful environment in which girls can grow stronger and more self-aware and parents can fully enjoy all stages of their daughters’ lives.

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