Nicole feels honored to walk alongside others on their unique paths of healing. She approaches psychotherapy with a person-centered, trauma-informed, somatic, and relational-cultural orientation. With a warm and grounded presence, Nicole focuses on tending to nurturing, supportive, and compassionate spaces in which to explore one’s inner world and relationship to life and Self.
Nicole has a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with specialization in Holistic Studies from Lesley University. She brings to counseling over a decade of experience as a yoga instructor and is also a board certified Ayurvedic Practitioner. These experiences anchor her in an interdisciplinary and integrative orientation towards wellbeing with an emphasis on embodiment and the capacity for healing through connection.
Nicole engages in ongoing work to offer care that upholds anti-racist praxis and allyship for BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, and disabled communities. She sees the effects of systemic oppression, intergenerational trauma, racism, and power/privilege as integral to her understanding of her work as a mental health clinician.
Nicole is working under the licensed supervision of Ann Kellogg, MS, LPCC, while she pursues clinical licensure as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor.