Nancie Potter is a Marriage and Family Therapist. She earned her Master's in Marriage and Family Therapy at George Fox University and is a member of both the American and Oregon Associations for Marriage and Family Therapy and the Oregon Counseling Association. She is also a graduate of Lewis and Clark College and holds a law degree from Lewis and Clark Law School. Nancie works with couples, families, and individuals, and often sees those who struggle with relationship issues, life transitions, shame, or grief. She is particularly interested in helping her clients identify and understand their relational patterns and in strengthening the bonds between partners and among parents and children.
"I believe that we are meant for meaningful connections with self and others, and that our emotional responses tell us about ourselves and help us understand why we relate to others as we do. I am convinced that when we are securely bonded to another we can draw strength and comfort that will help us solve many problems on our own. My goal as a therapist is to offer my clients a safe environment and to support them in the important work of self-exploration.”