Meet Our Staff

CAPS staff members include fully licensed professionals, postdoctoral psychology fellows, and administrative staff.

CAPS provides training opportunities for postdoctoral psychology fellows seeking licensure and advanced students in psychology, counseling and social work.  These early career professionals and trainees provide counseling to clients and practice under the supervision of a licensed clinician.

Jordon Minor, MA, MS

Doctoral Intern (CAPS) University Health Center
Home 55 Carlton Street 55 Carlton Street GA Athens GA 30602 Work Phone: 706-542-2273
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Biographical Info

Jordon has experienced different facets of healthcare. After receiving a BS in Psychology/Pre-med in 2010 from the University of Louisville, she worked as an ER Scribe and pharmacy tech. She then pursued an MS in Biology, also from the University of Louisville. Following, she earned an MA in Clinical Psychology, and will receive her PsyD in Clinical Psychology from Spalding University in Late Spring 2023. She has had previous experience working as a practicum student in a college counseling center, as well as in a sleep health clinic. Her areas of interest include anxiety, insomnia, depression, multiculturalism/intersectionality, trauma (including racial trauma), and mind-body connection/embedded cognition. She is also interested in integrated primary care and has performed behavioral health consultations (BHCs).


Title: Doctoral Intern
My Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
My Personal Motto: Never settle in complacency. There is always room for growth and learning, but be kind to yourself in the process.
What I am Happiest Doing Outside of Work: I enjoy watching movies and WWE wrestling, playing video games (i.e., RPGs/JRPGs), leisure reading, visiting museums/parks/zoos, and just resting in general.

Categories: Post-Doctoral Fellow (CAPS)
Updated 3 months ago.