Nicole's primary goal is to create an environment of safety and respect for adolescents, young adults, and families to experience connection, heal hurts, develop awareness, and grow personally. Nicole is an Associate Professional Counselor under direction and supervision and a National Certified Counselor.
Nicole provides current, research-supported psychotherapy for navigating challenges such as life transitions, anxiety, grief and loss, stress, disappointment, low self-esteem, and relationship and family conflict. She is effective in working directly with parents to set goals and better understand their teen's challenges and what they are going through. Nicole also enjoys working with "gifted" teens and students.
Working together, Nicole comes alongside individuals and families to develop achievable goals for wellness - a healthy mind, body, and spirit are essential to mental health and overall well-being. When appropriate, Nicole enjoys working with clients who wish to incorporate their faith and spirituality into counseling.
Nicole is passionate about equipping the next generation of young adults and adolescents, who are beginning to build a Legacy of their own.
In her free time, Nicole enjoys spending time on the lake and training for her next triathlon. Nicole is a current Ph.D. student at Mercer University studying Counselor Education and Supervision.
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M.A. Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Richmont Graduate University
University of Georgia