Your Therapists
James Noorlander
Clinical Director and Licensed Clinical Social Worker
James is a certified EMDR therapist where he works with individuals, families and couples who have affected by pornography addictions, drugs, depression, anxiety, abuse, PTSD and self-esteem. He also works with individuals who have been affected by various types of trauma, ranging from car accidents, abuse, etc.

James has worked with juveniles in various areas such as sex-offenders, gangs and drug addiction, as well as with their families. He has managed several group homes while supervising employees. James has worked with Spokane Corrections where he worked with adults with drug abuse. He has also worked with special needs, adults, and their families. Doing this, he has formatted and implemented behavior support plans. This helps give the families and the individual the assistance they need to better manage and support them
while at home as well as in the community.

He has also worked with Hospice for several years, working with children, adults and families to help them deal with the loss of their loved ones. James has worked with the Geriatric population since 2006. James graduated with honors from Weber State University with a degree in Social Work. He has also received his Masters of Social Work from Eastern Washington University. James has 4 children and enjoys hunting, fishing, camping, watching sports and spending time with his wife and children.

Types of therapy he uses are EMDR, CBT, SolutionFocus.
Nancy L. Belliston
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Nancy L. Belliston received her Master’s degree at The University of Utah. She graduated ‘Magna Cum Laude’ from Utah Valley University with a Bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Science (Psychology). She has worked with clients in mental health and substance abuse. She works with all ages, sex and ethnicity and she speaks fluent Swedish. She is also a certified Jungian Sand therapist. She uses Cognitive Behavioral and experiential therapy.

Nancy is a supervisor to MSW, BSW, and LSAC students. She has worked with justice departments, religious organizations, the Department of Child and Family Services, as well as other agencies. She also has experience as a pediatric nurse in Sweden, working with disabled children, terminally ill, premature babies and pregnant teenagers. She also has a degree in Home economics and child development.

Nancy sees clients with a variety of issues including – Women’s issues, Domestic Violence, Grieving, Infertility, Couple’s/marriage issues, Pre marriage counseling, Adoption issues, Anxiety/ Depression, PTSD, Sexual Abuse/Rape, Child Abuse, Trauma, Divorce Issues, Self-esteem, Single parent issues, Phobia, Encopresis/Enuresis, OCD, Co dependence and Insomnia.
She also does groups in Anger management, Parenting, Domestic Violence, Life skills, Self Esteem, Anxiety and relaxation. She has four children, 2 biological and two adopted and one grandchild. She loves spending time with family. She also is a lover of animals and enjoys taking long walks with her two dogs. She likes to write books, work in the garden, and cook.

Dancing is close to her heart as she was on the Swedish Ballroom dance team for many years.
Nancy believes that no matter what challenges we have to go through, with the right help, we can not only learn from them, but become stronger and happier people.
Steven Nilsson
Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Substance Abuse Counselor
Steven Nilsson received his Masters of Social Work Degree from Northwest Nazarene University. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in sociology from Brigham Young University and later a Bachelors degree in social work at Idaho State University. He has had the opportunity to work in a variety of settings with juveniles and adults.

He has worked in a variety of settings over the years, working both in substance abuse and mental health. He has assisted patients in dealing with their substance abuse issues, assisting in developing sober supports and relapse prevention plans, and developing coping skills to deal with daily stresses that come with chemical dependency. He has worked in a variety of mental health settings, assisting clients in achieving their goals, and to work on recovery from their underlying mental health issue. He has worked at a variety of settings including Boise State University; the Department of Veteran’s Affairs, and with the Department of Health and Welfare, Children’s Mental Health. He likes to use a variety of therapies, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Adlerian Therapy.

Steven specializes in working with those who have issues with addiction, depression and anxiety, self-esteem and has experience working with a variety of other issues. Steven was born and raised in Idaho, recently relocating to Utah. He enjoys history, hiking, spending time with his family and friends, keeping healthy through regular exercise, and exploring his family history.
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