Jordan Wade, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist who received her doctoral degree from the University of Virginia. After completing her internship in pediatric psychology at Oregon Health & Science University, Dr. Wade returned to North Carolina where she pursued postdoctoral training at Duke University’s Medical Center.
Dr. Wade has extensive experience in providing evidence-based treatments for children and adolescents with a variety of emotional and behavioral concerns, as well as those with complex medical conditions. She has advanced training in assessments for developmental disorders, particularly autism spectrum disorder. Dr. Wade also has experience leading social skills groups for children and adolescents with autism, as well as training in applied behavior analysis. Additionally, Dr. Wade enjoys working with young children and their parents to address a range of behavioral concerns including sleep, toileting, and tantrums.
Dr. Wade strongly believes that clinical work should be a collaborative endeavor with the families with whom she works. She strives to create an active and engaging therapeutic experience for her clients, as well as one that builds upon clients’ existing strengths.
Although Dr. Wade’s past training includes time at UVA and Duke, she is an avid Tar Heel fan where she received her bachelor’s degree. In her free time, she is often exploring the Triangle with her children, eating good food, or traveling to the mountains of North Carolina where she was raised.