Isabelle Noroconk – MCFT, Graduate Student Intern (she/her)
“I am a graduate student intern, therapist at the Northwest Catholic Counseling Center in the process of earning my Master of Arts in Marriage, Couple and Family therapy at the Lewis and Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling. I previously got my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from University of Minnesota, Morris. I have an interdisciplinary academic background in psychology and gender and women’s studies; with an emphasis is sociology, anthropology and history. I am working as a therapist intern for the NWCCC to complete my last year of graduate school before graduating and eventually becoming a licensed therapist. I like to spend my free time with friends, reading, baking, or watching my favorite tv shows.
I am passionate about working from an equity-focused culturally informed lens. Incorporating different identities, social, and cultural backgrounds to help address issues within clients’ individual and relational experiences. I think bringing awareness to the mind-body connection is important for healing. My therapy style is collaborative and directive, working with clients to grow towards their goals and develop sustainable healthy habits they can utilize outside of the therapy room. I have the most experience serving individual clients (elderly – teen), couples, and families. I am passionate about addressing anxiety, depression, grief, emotional regulation/awareness, difficult life transitions, and developing healthy relationships within ourselves and with others. I work mostly with Structural Family therapy, and Emotionally Focused Therapy, incorporating techniques from: Gottman, somatic, and DBT therapy.”
Languages Offered: English