Jordan Gough, PMHNP-BC
Jordan's passion lies in caring for individuals throughout all stages of life, with a distinctive focus on pregnant and postpartum women, those facing the challenges of infertility or perinatal loss, and individuals dealing with premenstrual or perimenopausal mood changes. Additionally, she finds great fulfillment in supporting assigned female at birth adolescents who are navigating the complexities of mood fluctuations, grappling with academic performance challenges, or experiencing a combination of both. Informed by the latest evidence-based research, she presents her patients with up-to-date information, empowering them to make informed decisions about their care. She advocates for a collaborative approach, engaging in close coordination with other care providers - ranging from OBGYNs and midwives to teachers and psychotherapists. This cooperative methodology ensures that her patients receive safe, comprehensive, and harmoniously coordinated care.
This philosophy stems from her diverse and extensive background spanning 15 years in the healthcare industry. Jordan's professional journey commenced as a DONA-certified birth and postpartum doula and Lamaze Childbirth Educator. After graduating from nursing school in 2016, she honed her skills during a four-year tenure in the Intensive Care Unit at Denver Health. It was here that Jordan developed an in-depth understanding of the crucial role mental health plays in all disease processes.
Motivated by the insights gained and the challenges presented by the pandemic, she decided to specialize as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner. Leveraging her robust experience in adolescent psychiatry at Denver Health and comprehensive clinical rotations in perinatal and community mental health, Jordan offers a compassionate and tailored approach to her patients. This breadth and depth of experience make her uniquely equipped to meet the diverse needs of her patients.