Jordan Morgan is a registered nurse and clinical coordinator at Alleviant’s Little Rock location, who is currently working on obtaining her functional nutrition practitioner license. Jordan earned her of Bachelor of Science in nursing at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and associate of science in nursing at Baptist Health. At Alleviant, her areas of focus are administering transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and ketamine treatments.
“The procedures we do are not mainstream, but they are a bright future for mental health treatments,” Jordan said. “I am now starting to see my patients ‘graduate’ and seeing the light return in their eyes is truly an overwhelming feeling. Many have brought me to tears at how thankful they are for us.
“It can be challenging to see people feel like this is their last hope for a miracle. Watching people come in hopeless, with no emotion, and change into a whole new person with a bright smile on their face is the most enjoyable part of my job.”
Before coming to Alleviant in 2023, she worked in postpartum with mothers and babies at Baptist and in the neonatal intensive care unit at Arkansas Children’s Hospital. Those, and personal, reasons led her to a career in mental health.
“I have helped a lot of people in my life get through challenging times related to their mental health, as well as my own,” Jordan said. “I feel that it is a very critical line of work and that I am a good fit to help people in this area.”
Jordan grew up in Sherwood, Arkansas, just north of Little Rock. Away from work, she enjoys Latin dancing on the weekends, spending time anywhere near water, and hanging out with my family, friends, and 10-year-old Chorkie – a cross between a Chihuahua and Yorkshire Terrier – who is “a ball of spunk who thinks she is human!”