Nora’s Edge: Putting the Pieces Together with Humorous Honesty
Tuesday through Saturday
- Individual, Couples and Families
- Addiction Treatment
- Groups: Early Recovery Group, upcoming: Men’s Facing the Shadow, Family Recovery
I figured if I could just get others to do what I wanted them to do, everything would be ok. Turns out, after some time in therapy I got honest about what was really going on. And the goal of getting others to fall in line flipped entirely. The questions changed from how do I get them to do something to Who am I? What am I doing? Where am I going? Where do I want to go? and How do I get there? From focus on others to focus on self—without judgment. In that process, I found myself feeling loved, supported, validated, and finally feeling safe…and even finding some humor in it all.
Before becoming a licensed professional counselor, I worked in operations and administration for a non-profit. I earned my Masters in Community Counseling from The University of North Georgia. I worked at Talbott Recovery from May 2013 to November 2019 as a family counselor. I specialize in working with families, parents, couples, and individuals struggling with the disease of addiction. I received my education and training as a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT) and Certified Partner Trauma Therapist (CPTT) through IITAP (International Institute for Trauma & Addiction Professionals).
“She makes me feel safe with her calmness, yet she knows how to make me laugh while taking things seriously too.”