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Kia Ora!

Ora means "life" in the Maori language.

Kia Ora is a greeting in New Zealand that translates to "have life" or "be healthy."

Ora Counseling provides therapy for individuals, couples and families. 

We specialize in treating youth, couples and families experiencing struggles or who may be in crisis. We provide services for anxiety, depression, trauma and more.

Call or text (435)279-6036 to make an appointment.



Ora Counseling provides therapy for individuals, couples and families. 
We specialize in treating youth, couples and families experiencing struggles or who may be in crisis. We provide services for anxiety, depression, trauma and more.
We are also qualified to treat addiction, personality disorders, grief and loss which could affect the family system.
Our therapists work with clients using modalities associated with DBT, CBT, ART, Solution Focus Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Trauma Informed Care.

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Let us know if you think Ora Counseling is the right fit for you and your family.
Call or text (435)279-6036 to make an appointment.

We'd like to improve your relationships through individual, couples or family therapy by improving communication, helping solve family problems, understanding and handling crisis or difficult family situations, and create an effective and healing home environment.



Hand picked for Healing

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Aaron Cothran, LCSW


Aaron has over 21 years of experience in therapeutic settings.  He founded and operated a residential Treatment Center for youth for 10 years and has done therapy in a variety of settings.  He specializes in helping youth, young adults, couples and families.  Aaron has extensive expertise in effectively treating anxiety, depression, attachment, trauma and cultivating and strengthening marital and family relationships.  He is passionate about the difference that can be made in the lives of others.  In his spare time, Aaron enjoys all sports and spending time with wife of 22 years and his 5 amazing kids.

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April Stanger, CSW


April grew up in Baltimore, Maryland and now lives in Cache Valley with her two daughters. She received her bachelors degree in social work from Utah State University in 2014 and worked for several years as a medical social worker doing crisis and trauma before returning to school for her masters degree in 2018. April received her clinical hours at the Glendale Fire Department in Arizona as a crisis responder and at Logan High School as a school therapist. She enjoys spending time with her daughters, being outdoors, and traveling.


Diane Morris, CSW


Diane earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Brigham Young University in Marriage, Family, and Human Development. She is also a proud USU Aggie, where she earned her Master of Social Work.  She has experience working with multicultural populations, foster care, trauma recovery, attachment injuries, anxiety, depression, pornography addiction, and marital issues. Diane uses evidence based approaches including ACT, CBT, and DBT, as well as emotion focused models including EFT and the Gottman method.   She is married to her incredible husband of 20 years, has six outstanding children, and one super adorable grand baby. She enjoys playing basketball, classical guitar, and surprising her husband with spontaneous home improvement projects.

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Jordan Brown, CSW


Jordan graduated from Utah State with his Masters degree in Social Work. Jordan has worked in a variety of capacities and has experience working with children, teens, families and geriatrics.  Jordan has worked with a diverse population that include trauma, depression, anxiety, grief and loss and attachment.   He uses an individualized therapeutic approach that is individualized, strength based and client centered.  He enjoys working along side clients to make positive changes in their lives.  Jordan enjoys spending his free time with his wife and little boy, skiing, playing pickleball and working in the yard.


Shanna Call, CSW


Shanna originally studied Special Education and later retuned to school to earn a Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Social Work from Utah State University. Shanna has worked for several local mental health agencies working with children, youth and adults doing individual and group therapy. She is an integrative therapist and utilizes evidence-based practices for treating depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, self-esteem, attachment issues, self-worth and more. Shanna believes that every individual has the strength and capacity within to heal and grow from the challenges and trials they face and feels honored to walk the path of self-discovery with her clients. Shanna has been married for 18 years and has 4 amazing children who are growing up way too fast for her liking. Her true loves in life are her family, running, the mountains, and chocolate.

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Jorri Garcia, CSW

Therapist, habla español

Jorri has lived in Logan for the past 10 years and loves Cache Valley! She graduated from Utah State University with her Master's of Social Work in 2020 and enjoys working with families, teens, and young adults. In her therapy practice Jorri uses principles from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Motivational Interviewing to help clients gain skills and insights that empower them to reach their goals. She has experience working with youth, adoptive families, and culturally diverse clients. In her free time Jorri likes going for bike rides, gardening, and bingeing on her favorite podcasts and audiobooks.

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Anna Koopman, CSW


Anna graduated with her Master’s in Social Work in 2019 through Fordham University. Anna has experience working with children, teens, adults, and elderly adults. She has experience in treating trauma, anxiety, and depression, through Mind-Body Bridging, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma-Focused CBT, Attachment Regulation and Competency Framework (ARC), Trauma Informed Yoga, and some Play Therapy techniques. Anna also has training and experience in crisis intervention.
Anna has lived in Cache Valley since 2018 and loves the mountains, outdoor activities, and the small town feel. Anna also enjoys spending time with her family, baking, cleaning, and listening to podcasts.