Nori has been interested in helping others since she was very young and has always found fulfillment in listening to people’s stories with curiosity and compassion. Today, she finds meaning through empowering women to make their own informed choices about how to live their lives safely, joyfully and authentically. She considers it a true honor and privilege to be able to bear witness to a woman’s journey toward growth and finding purpose. Her clinical interests include somatic interventions, mindfulness, self-esteem/body image, anxiety and depression management. She practices culturally sensitive and trauma-informed care.
Nori has more than a decade’s worth of experience in community mental health and continues to be active in public service. She also enjoys running, practicing yoga, baking, playing and listening to music and catching Blazer games. She is a proud dog mom to two rescues and enjoys spoiling them.
Master of Arts, Counseling Psychology, Lewis & Clark College, 2011
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, Western Oregon University, 2005