Clinical Assistant at Entrada
Lorin assists the primary therapist in working with families, students, and referring professionals to best support the needs of each. Her key responsibilities include assisting with in-the-field sessions, performing weekly parent phone calls, and facilitating scheduling needs. She works with students to determine their unique weekly therapeutic assignments and then collaborates with the field instructor team to implement and fulfill these goals.
Originally from New England, Lorin traded Nor’easters for fog and rain to attend Whitman College in Walla Walla, WA for her undergraduate. There Lorin earned her B.A. in Sociology with a focus on Religion and a minor in Race and Ethnic Studies. Lorin kept busy as a two-year captain of the varsity tennis team, a representative and educator for Athletes for Consent Education, a writing assistant, and an assistant kindergarten teacher.
Since then, Lorin has continued to pursue her passion for building communities and supporting individual and group growth. This passion has fueled Lorin from co-leading 12 teenagers to bike across America to facilitating philosophy and debate courses alongside inmates at the Washington State Penitentiary.
Lorin began her journey at Evoke as a field instructor where she thrived in the vulnerability and adventure of the field. As a clinical assistant, Lorin leads with curiosity and patience and excels at building spaces for clients to confront their own authenticity. Lorin constantly strives to role model self-awareness—the first step, she believes, in personal growth and building connection.
When not in the field, Lorin enjoys running, swimming, climbing, and satisfying her never ending sweet tooth.