Laura Curtis, LCSW
Laura Curtis, LCSW, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and co-owner/Managing Clinical Partner at Northwest Neurobehavioral Health, LLC. Laura completed her undergraduate degree in Child Development/Family Relations at the University of Idaho in 2002 and completed her Master of Social Work at Boise State University in 2009. Her graduate studies focused on building a referral program to link children in foster care to mental health services as well as the research and development of a therapeutic curriculum for children of incarcerated parents. In 2013 Laura completed a fellowship with the Utah Regional Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (URLEND) and in 2014 she joined the URLEND faculty and currently serves as the Core Faculty for Social Work. In her clinical work, Laura enjoys assisting children and their families experiencing transitional/adjustment struggles, Autism Spectrum Disorders, neurodevelopmental and acquired disability, parenting difficulties, trauma, and/or mental illness. Her goal is to educate and assist children and their families in building a working understanding of brain development, recognizing their strengths, enhancing self-esteem, and supporting the skills necessary for successful relationships within the family, with peers, and in social environments. In her time away from the clinic Laura enjoys walking her dog with her family, running, camping, and watching her favorite football team.