NARM Training Institute Staff
Tori Essex holds the role of Operations Administrator at the NARM Training Institute. Tori has more than five years of experience with project management in the art and design field, and joins us from her previous role as a university admissions counselor. To our team, she brings strong creative problem solving skills and an eye for detail.
“I’m so excited to be a part of the NARM Training Institute. After feeling the life-changing effects of NARM in my own life, I remember wishing that I could share the experience with every other person in the world. My work for NARM is right in-line with that desire. I look forward to supporting the NARM Training Institute, and experiencing my curiosity transform into a deeper understanding of NARM’s work.”
NARM Training Coordinator
Autumn Smith is the Training Coordinator at the NARM Training Institute. Autumn joins us with a professional background working in a trauma focused treatment center with additional experience in client-facing mental health and substance abuse care. With nearly 10 years of experience in customer service, she truly has a way with helping others navigate questions and concerns. Autumn is currently pursuing a degree in Social Work with a real passion for working with children, specifically in trauma related cases. Autumn found this passion at a young age working hands on in Haitian orphanages for many years.
As the NARM Training Coordinator, Autumn is the main point of contact for all NARM Practitioner Training registration, application processing, and student questions. She is also here to assist with our growing Inner Circle Online Program.
“I am incredibly grateful to join this team and community! It is thrilling to watch NARM grow on a daily basis and I'm honored to be a part of it. I am fortunate to have found a workplace with many incredible people and also where my own passions align with the goals of the NARM Training Institute.”
I have been a bookkeeper for 24 years. When I opened my bookkeeping service, I did so for several reasons. First, I realized that most people did not go into business because they wanted to keep track of all of their income and expenses. They started a business because they are passionate about something and a byproduct of that business is having to organize their records. I am honored to partner with people who are making a difference in the world in their respective industries, and especially NARM. I am a mom of two and was a foster parent of two more who desperately needed skilled therapists to help them through their early years. I am excited to see clinicians investing in their practice and growing to help people heal on a deeper level.