Tori Cameron is the Oxbow Academy Family Services and Admissions Coordinator. Tori has earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Master’s Degree in Forensic Psychology from the Trine University of Angola Indiana. She began working as a Mentor at the East House. While working as a Mentor, she helped students process their emotions and hold themselves accountable for their behaviors and actions.
Before coming to Oxbow Academy, Tori was employed as a Rehabilitation Service Provider for people of various ages. These clients had a variety of mental health issues, including addiction and children on the Autism Spectrum. She also worked with the parents of underage clients to build relationships with their children. Part of this position was a partnership with the Department of Child Services (DCS) to supervise visitations. Prior to that, Tori worked as a Residential Manager for a group home for adult individuals with intellectual disabilities and severe mental health issues.
Tori greatly enjoys working with people to help them better their lives and create brighter futures for themselves and their loved ones. She understands that it can be difficult for parents to place their son in a residential treatment facility, and as part of her position as the Family Services and Admissions Coordinator, she helps them through the transition. She is compassionate, empathetic, and loves helping people.
Tori also loves the outdoors. Some of her favorite activities include hiking, swimming, camping, and nature-watching. She also enjoys expressing her creativity through writing poetry and drawing or painting. In addition, she is an avid music lover and understands the role that music can play in helping people to heal.