Michelle Flores provides administrative support and is also a neuropsychological testing technician at PNBC. She is bilingual in English and Spanish. Ms. Flores is an educator, organizer, and mental health advocate striving to make resources more accessible to underserved communities. She is highly skilled in facilitation, case management and client advocacy. Her experience centers around promoting diversity, inclusivity and trauma informed services within community support and social service programs. She has exposure working in non-profit organizations as well as in the private sector.
Ms. Flores considers herself a leader in the discipline of family support with an emphasis on neurodevelopmental and related disabilities. She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley in December of 2017 with a B.A. in Psychology and a concentration in Gender and Women’s studies. Ms. Flores also held numerous leadership positions as an undergraduate, including co-founder of a student organization dedicated to combating a variety of social issues, such as, ending mental health stigmatization in our communities.
Her interests range from intergenerational trauma in immigrant families, art as a form of psychotherapy, to the comorbidity of addiction and mental illness. Her long-term goals include graduating from a master’s level program in multicultural counseling with a commitment to social justice education.”