Norma Balli-Borrero, LPC

Behavioral Health Clinician

Norma was born in San Antonio, TX and lived her formative years in the northeastern United States. Her family is from Puerto Rico and she visits the island as often as she can. Norma has a great love of learning and graduated with a BA in English and a BS in Film from the University of Texas (UT) at Austin. She graduated with a MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Texas at San Antonio where she specialized in Integrated Behavioral Health. Norma completed an internship in Women’s Health and worked at a Teen Health Clinic as a hybrid BHC and LPC Associate, conducting both brief interventions and long-term therapy. Norma also worked as a research coordinator and diagnostic evaluator in a statewide longitudinal study with UT Health San Antonio. Norma specializes in working with pediatric populations. Her therapeutic interests include Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy.

Norma enjoys working with all children and families, especially adolescents and families from intergenerational Spanish-speaking populations. In her other life, she adores watching and creating children’s media. Outside of the office, she enjoys spending time with friends, making art, and playing with her plump cat, Milo.