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Jordan Burko Macatee

Jordan Burko Macatee

Assistant Clinical Professor

Psychological Sciences

Jordan Burko Macatee

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PhD, Florida State University

BA, College of the Holy Cross

About Me

Jordan Burko Macatee is an assistant clinical faculty member at Auburn University, where she serves as the Assistant Director of the Auburn University Psychology Services Clinic (AUPSC). She earned her doctorate degree from Florida State University after completing a doctoral internship at the Northern Illinois University Counseling and Consultation Center. She is a licensed psychologist and her primary professional role is in the training and clinical supervision of clinical psychology graduate clinicians and provision of clinical services through the AUPSC. Dr. Burko Macatee’s primary interests and clinical expertise is in adult psychopathology, the delivery of evidence-based treatment in individual and group contexts, psychological assessment, and training and supervision. In addition to individual therapy and assessment services, Dr. Burko Macatee also oversees the Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Skills Group program at AUPSC. Trained as a generalist, she has worked with a diverse range of clients and presenting concerns within a variety of settings including college counseling centers, outpatient clinics, inpatient hospitals, and correctional facilities. Her experience includes a variety of assessment across the lifespan, therapy and intervention with emerging adults and beyond, and provision of group therapy for concerns related to emotion dysregulation, anxiety, interpersonal problems, and substance use. 

DEI Activities

  • Mentor for the Alumni Mentorship program at her alma mater, Project SHORT (Students for Higher Education Opportunities and Representation in Training).
  • Serves as the faculty representative for the Auburn University-affiliated Scholars Committed to Opportunities in Psychological Education (SCOPE) program, aimed at offering guidance and individualized mentorship for undergraduates and recently graduated students who identify as a racial and/or ethnic minority and are interested in pursuing graduate education in psychology or an adjacent mental health field.
  • Contributed to the Application Statement Feedback Program for several years, providing feedback and editing support for the research/personal statements of PhD applicants in psychology, with an emphasis on aiding underrepresented minorities.