Brooke Norton, MLS, MFT
Clinical Sex Therapy Associate
When we first came to therapy, we felt like dramatic change for the better in our sex life was a fiction. Our goal for our progress was that there would be any progress at all. Brooke helped bring out the best in us. She learned what was important to us and helped us grow together. We could not be happier to say that we have indeed experienced a dramatic positive transformation, and have been given the tools to continue a growing and powerful love life. We are different people and much happier now than when we started.
Brooke consults with individuals, couples, and families to assist them in reaching their goals, and improving their relationships. Her strengths-based framework allows for open dialogue and honesty. Brooke's inquiring manner and appreciation of diversity and experiences are important aspects of her interactions with her clients. She is comfortable and confident in dealing with all genders, all sexualities, and all relationship styles.
Brooke is very pleased to be with Northampton Sex Therapy Associates, LLC. She finds the practice ultimately supportive to clinicians and clients alike. She feels that the staff are brilliant, insightful, and collaborative, each bringing their individual strengths, techniques, and experiences to bear on group problem-solving.
Music is an important creative outlet for Brooke. She is a native New Yorker who loves to visit her home state, and is always happy to return to the Valley.
Binghamton University, BA in Language and Literature
Simmons College, Masters of Library and Information Science
UMass Boston, Masters of Marriage and Family Therapy
Gottman Method Couples Therapy, Level 1
Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts, Certified Sexuality Educator
AASECT, Sex Addiction/Out of Control Sexual Behavior
Brooke was always very attentive to my needs as a client, and went above and beyond in learning new ways to address my concerns. She helped me through the most challenging time in my life when I faced the repercussions of breast cancer, the stress it had on my relationship with my spouse, job change, multiple deaths in my extended family, and coping with the challenge of mental illness in both my immediate family and my family of origin.