Jordan Arbelaez, DNP, PMHNP-BC
Jordan Arbelaez, DNP, PMHNP-BC, is a distinguished psychiatric nursing professional with a comprehensive background in both clinical practice and academic settings. Having completed her Doctor of Nursing Practice in Psychiatry and Master of Science in Nursing at Columbia University, she possesses a solid foundation in psychiatric nursing practices. With a Bachelor of Science in psychology and chemistry from Virginia Commonwealth University, Jordan brings a multidisciplinary perspective to patient care.
Her clinical experience is vast, ranging from working with perinatal populations at the RWJ Barnabas Center to assisting patients experiencing homelessness in the Bronx. Jordan's dedicated service at multiple health institutions showcases her versatility in psychiatric care, from neuro-rehabilitation and home health to physical rehabilitation and community outreach.
Beyond her direct care roles, she has been recognized for her exemplary academic performance, earning accolades such as the Sigma Theta Tau Honors and the Mary Dickey Lindsay ’45 Columbia Nursing Scholar Award. Furthermore, Jordan has contributed significantly to professional organizations, offering her expertise as the Scientific Publications Coordinator for the International Society for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation and an Executive Board Member for the Association of Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioners.
With certifications in perinatal mental health and EMDR therapy, Jordan is well-equipped to provide specialized therapeutic interventions. Her commitment to the community is evident through her volunteer roles, from mentoring children with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America to providing medical care at free clinics.
Jordan's passion for knowledge sharing is exemplified in her presentations, with her most recent being a systematic review on PTSD therapies presented at Columbia University's School of Nursing Alumni Reunion. Residing in Jersey City, NJ, Jordan Arbelaez is not only a beacon of excellence in her professional life but also a pivotal figure in the psychiatric nursing community.