Jordan May Faver
Jordan graduated from the University of Arkansas with a B.A. in Psychology in addition to a B.A. in Studio Art. From there she went on to pursue a dual Masters in Counseling and in Art Therapy. During her graduate internship, Jordan discovered her passion and desire to work with teens and young adults by helping them develop their full potential. Although Achieve Advisers is not a counseling agency, Jordan integrates the skills learned in her counseling program to better understand and build relationship with her clients, help them meet their goals, and provide individual support to suit their unique needs. Jordan’s engaging and genuine personality paired with her natural skills of organization and efficiency allows her to inspire and create structure with her clients. She strives to help students navigate their academic and personal ambitions while encouraging their particular definition of achievement.
Jordan is currently in the process of becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor and Board-Certified Art Therapist. In her free time she enjoys taking walks with her pup, creating art, and traveling.
Rob, a parent from Fort Worth Country Day
Our family is very grateful for Pamela and Jordan. They have helped our daughter change the trajectory in her attitude toward and success in school in a short period of time. Although there was initial reluctance on her part, our daughter now loves her meetings with Jordan. She leaves more organized, more confident and feeling prepared for the work ahead of her. She stays on task better than she has in years, and her grades are beginning to show it. Thank you so much!
Cara, a parent at
Fort Worth ISD
We cannot recommend Jordan enough! She is a lovely person; compassionate and supportive. Our goal has been for our high schooler to become more responsible, especially at completing and turning in work; and Jordan has been invaluable. His grades have all improved, as has his attitude! She is such a happy and joyful person, it is impossible for even a teenager to respond negatively. She would be an asset to any family who needs help with motivating a child.