Make Your Way Back to You

We meet you where you are and take you where you want to be.

We understand that not every client benefits from medication and that is why Ascent Mental Health is different from other psychiatry offices in Boulder. Each client’s current functioning, their history, family history, and medical history is addressed to create integrative therapy plans to increase efficacy and reduce side effects.

We practice integrative psychiatry and provide depression treatment to the Boulder Community.

4150 Darley Ave STE 6
Boulder, CO 80305

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You will always be acknowledged, empowered, and heard in an empathetic, relaxing therapeutic environment.

Ascent prides itself on giving you a safe space to tell your story and help define your next chapter. You are unique and your treatment plan is designed specifically to fit your needs. We are here to support you!

Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), commonly called depression, is a mental disorder that negatively impacts a person’s life with the overwhelming sadness, emptiness, and an overall lack of hope. When this lasts at least two weeks with low mood, which is present across most situations, it is considered impairing your way of life. Consequently, this is often accompanied by low self-esteem, loss of interest in things you used to love, low energy, and pain without a clear reason. However, MDD is not your fault, it can happen without warning and without a trigger.

Treatment-Resistant Depression (TRD) is a term used when there is a poor response to the medication designed to treat depression. A poor response can be from either the medication not actually improving the negative symptoms of depression, or that side effects of the medication are unacceptable. 

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is an anxiety-based condition recognized as its own unique mental health disorder due to its complex nature. OCD is defined as obsessive thoughts and the compulsive actions taken in an effort to stop the anxiety that occurs because of the constant worrying over these obsessive thoughts. A common theme of OCD is being overly concerned with one specific area of typical life: such as cleanliness, needing everything to be “just right,” or obsessively focusing on a bad thing happening. 


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Compassionate Care

We treat you as an individual and create a treatment plan that focuses on your goals. You know you better than we will ever know you and we are here to help you make evidenced-based treatment decisions.

Individualized Plan

We perform in-depth assessments with all of our clients to learn what each client needs and wants.  We also utilize tools that include genetic testing and lab work to treat the right issue and to give each client enough information to make an informed decision.

Medication Management

Taking medication does not mean you must have side effects. We follow up regularly with our clients to maximize the efficacy and minimize the side effects of medications. 

Mindfulness Training

Our practitioners believe that the mind and body are connected.  We will work with our clients to implement mindfulness strategies that science has proven to be effective in the treatment of depression, anxiety, ADHD, bipolar and pain disorders, among others.

Supportive Psychotherapy

We utilize supportive psychotherapy skills to help clients achieve more insight and help them with problem solving. We take the time we have available to listen to our clients, understand them, and provide support. 

Integrative Approaches

By using evidence-based integrative psychiatric methods, including supplements and other such complementary approaches, we improve outcomes and minimize side effects.

Meet Jordan Logan, PMHNP-BC

Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurse
Jordan Logan, a psychiatric and mental health nurse practitioner who practices integrative psychiatric therapy in a Boulder psychiatry office.

Jordan is a psychiatric and mental health nurse practitioner with prescriptive authority in the state of Colorado.

He is nationally board certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center and he is a member of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association.

He earned his advanced practice nursing certificate specializing as a psychiatry nurse practitioner from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee.

Jordan has more than 10 years of experience working in emergency, inpatient, and outpatient psychiatry departments caring for patients with psychiatric disorders.

He has worked for Children’s Hospital Colorado in many faculties; Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) on the campus of CU-Boulder and Mental Health Partners, the community mental health center in Boulder.

Jordan is a minimalist with medication and works with clients in a holistic way, working to integrate the mind, body, and soul. Sleep, diet, and exercise can be as important to a client’s well-being as the proper medication. Jordan lives in Boulder with his wife and young daughter.

He enjoys spending time with his family, riding bicycles, skiing, and cooking.

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