Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist
Nora Eggers is dedicated to working with children and families to find their version of contentment and calm. Her approach to treatment addresses two factors: 1. improving skills, and 2. addressing barriers. This includes working with challenging behaviors, traumatic or impactful life events, communication, school challenges, difficulties with self-regulation, and parenting/family dynamics.
Nora attended Amridge University in Montgomery, Alabama, and received her Master’s of Arts Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. She earned her undergraduate degree in Elementary Education K-6 at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina.
Nora’s first career was as a teacher in the Elementary School setting. She transitioned from teaching to therapy in 2012. Nora has worked in outpatient community-based practices and on-site treating children in schools. She had the privilege of serving as a Military Family Life Counselor (MFLC) in the school setting on Fort Riley. While working in the outpatient setting Nora received many trainings related to trauma resolution and treatment, particularly focused on treatment of children. She is certified in Progressive Counting, a research-supported modality taught by the Trauma Institute and Child Trauma Institute. She has also received training in body-based strategies for addressing the mental, emotional, and physiological impacts of trauma.
Nora enjoys working with children (starting at age 4), adolescents and families/parents.
Her specific interests include working with:
Children’s behavior management
Emotional self-regulation skills
Trauma and attachment issues
Nora is currently self-pay. She is in the process of accepting Tricare and BCBS (9/20).
Nora works out of our Junction City location.
Nora can be reached by calling 785-390-1599 or via email.