Nicole is a Licensed Professional Counselor who specializes in working with children, adolescents, and young adults in individual and family therapy. Prior to joining Meier Clinics in 2019, she interned at Bremen Youth Services in 2017, where then she was hired on as a mental health counselor for one year. Nicole graduated from Roosevelt University and received her bachelor’s degree in psychology and with a concentration in child and family studies and received her master’s degree in counseling psychology with a concentration in child and adolescent treatment from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
Common treatment issues include:
Depression, anxiety, trauma, abuse, grief/loss, ADHD/ADD, ODD, boundaries, family issues, parenting, self-injury, self-esteem, stress management, attachment, relationships, identity, gender dysphoria, sexual orientation, life transitions, eating disorders, anger management, divorce, high functioning autism, social skills, and spiritual concerns.
Nicole uses a variety of therapeutic approaches including cognitive-behavioral, dialectal behavioral therapy, solution-focused, family systems, and client-centered. Nicole places the needs of the patient first and implements a variety of therapeutic interventions in order for the patient to feel fulfilled in their therapy. She provides an approachable environment for her patients to feels comfortable, gain insight into themselves, and find healing.