Community Voices

As a parenting coaching, I find Dr. Jordan’s rooms so helpful to understanding what can go wrong in family systems and how healing can take place.
Sharon S.

My biggest takeaways from an event hosted by Scapegoat Strength are that it is ok to realize my own needs and not need validation from others. If I need to prove something to myself so that I can move forward emotionally, it’s not up to someone else to decide. It’s ok to move forward with that need, especially if it’s holding me back mentally and emotionally. Just wow. So much value in this space. Even just hearing people share feels like therapy. It is comforting to hear I’m not alone in breaking cycles.
Angelique S.

There are very few places where scapegoats can talk openly and freely about their suffering. If they are lucky, they may stumble upon the term “scapegoat” and narcissistic family systems. Many scapegoats never get insight into their suffering and live their entire lives seeking answers to their emotional pain. Scapegoat Strength gets around all the fluff and focuses solely on educating and empowering the scapegoat. Dr. Jordan provides a comforting and caring place where scapegoats can find refuge and share what has/hasn’t worked in navigating these very complicated, very destructive family systems.
Michael W.

Dr. Jordan’s rooms have helped me become aware of the narcissists in my life… Knowing it’s OK to separate myself from a narcissistic family member has been particularly helpful… Had I known about narcissism a year ago, I could have prevented a lawsuit [filed against] me by a narcissistic partner… Additionally, I am better able to recognize red flags of coworkers and bosses who present with narcissistic traits. Thank you for all you do.
Jenn O.

This space is always helpful for identifying the roles of the narcissists in my family dynamic. It’s a safe space to share and receive insight from others. I keep coming back and always leave with value from the room.

I think it’s validating because many of us have been gaslit for so long.”
Emma S.

Scapegoat Strength has been a magnificent treasure to find. Jordan provides a safe space for those who come from enmeshed, toxic families. Through difficult but rewarding conversations, Scapegoat Strength has provided me and many others an opportunity to heal from emotional neglect or abuse that is insidious and threatens to and often destroys the life of a scapegoated child. I can’t speak highly enough of Scapegoat Strength.
Hugh K.

“Chronic and systematic abuse in a narcissistic family can lead to severe childhood wounds that can scar many well into their adult life. Dr. Jordan’s mission is to help those heal from their troubled past. He is empathetic and explains how to heal from toxic injury with sensitivity and compassion. I’m blessed to have him in my circle and have him part of my Rise like a Phoenix Club family.”
Shayma A.

“If you have been a scapegoat, you couldn’t ask for a more supportive environment of professionals and peers. Whether you’ve been scapegoated on the job, in a romantic relationship, or in your family of origin; the challenges can seem insurmountable. That said, a focus group like this can help. We explore the nuances in family and organizational cultures in an attempt to solve the puzzle of our lives with pieces that may be forgotten, obscured, or repressed. Dr. Jordan and his team will listen and support you in your growth.
Ben N.

Very grateful for a space where people can safely explore their family dynamics, unresolved trauma, and vulnerabilities.”
John A.

A place where sense CAN be made of the senseless.”
Vicki M.

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