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Eleanor Porter-Nelson

I approach therapy as a partnership built to support people through their journey of mental wellness and self-discovery. I build the foundation of this partnership through active listening, empathy, and compassion. As we move forward, I guide individuals, couples and groups to build insight into their current patterns, exploring how various patterns do and do not serve the person, relationship, or group. From there, I support individuals who may want to change their patterns or ways of being. Throughout my practice, I use a social justice lens to support clients in understanding how their environment impacts their mental wellness and general well being.

I am a bilingual (English/Spanish) Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) with over five years of experience serving individuals, couples, and groups experiencing life transitions, depression, anxiety, effects of past trauma, and challenges within interpersonal relationships. My model for change is rooted within Trauma-Informed Cognitive Behavior Therapy and pulls from Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. This integrative approach allows me to support my clients in the way that best serves them.

pronouns: she/her

Education, Training, License, and Affiliations:

 

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (MN #26663)

Licensing Clinical and Non-Clinical Work Supervisor

Master of Social Work, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Bachelor of Arts, Grinnell College

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Psychology Today

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Eleanor Porter-Nelson

I approach therapy as a partnership built to support people through their journey of mental wellness and self-discovery. I build the foundation of this partnership through active listening, empathy, and compassion. As we move forward, I guide individuals, couples and groups to build insight into their current patterns, exploring how various patterns do and do not serve the person, relationship, or group. From there, I support individuals who may want to change their patterns or ways of being. Throughout my practice, I use a social justice lens to support clients in understanding how their environment impacts their mental wellness and general well being.

I am a bilingual (English/Spanish) Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) with over five years of experience serving individuals, couples, and groups experiencing life transitions, depression, anxiety, effects of past trauma, and challenges within interpersonal relationships. My model for change is rooted within Trauma-Informed Cognitive Behavior Therapy and pulls from Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. This integrative approach allows me to support my clients in the way that best serves them.

pronouns: she/her

Education, Training, License, and Affiliations:

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (MN #26663)

Licensing Clinical and Non-Clinical Work Supervisor

Master of Social Work, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Bachelor of Arts, Grinnell College

Jeffrey Raich, being Therapy

View Eleanor’s profiles: 

Psychology Today

LinkedIn