Nora Martos-Perry, Ph.D.
Half-Time Institute Faculty
B.A. Comparative Literature and Spanish, University of California, Riverside, 1974
M.A. Spanish Literature, University of California, Riverside, 1978
Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, The Wright Institute, 1998
Dr. Martos-Perry is in private practice in Oakland and Livermore, where she treats adults and adolescents, families and couples. Nora trained at UC Davis and St. Mary's Hospital. She has served on the faculty at McAuley Neuropsychiatric Institute, Interim Director of Clinical Services at West-Coast Children's Center, and Clinical Director of the East Bay Chapter of A Home Within. Over the past 20 years, she has worked with high conflict families, and conducted training for the Livermore School District, San Mateo County Social Services, U.C. Berkeley Extension, and the San Francisco Child Abuse Council. Born in Argentina, bilingual and bicultural, Nora has a strong interest in language and psychotherapy. Other clinical and research interests include psychoanalytic and developmental theory, community psychology, trauma, cultural identity, and emotionally focused work.