Supervised by LaTrice McNeal, LPC-S
Nicole is dedicated to offering support for adults, couples, and families by providing a healing, non-judgmental environment that fosters client awareness and nurtures each person’s unique therapeutic process. Nicole believes that there’s a connection to each person’s childhood experiences, family patterns, and behaviors that creates the framework for our personal belief and value systems, along with our view of the world. Given the proper tools to navigate those belief systems, each of us can redefine how we create new futures for ourselves and live happy, whole lives.
With an extensive professional background in the corporate world, Nicole’s passion is working with women in corporate America, with a primary focus on topics like anxiety and depression and multicultural issues impacted by the workplace. Additionally, Nicole is experienced in working on issues impacting the African American community. Nicole also enjoys helping couples and families work through difficult issues while paying particular attention to generational patterns.
Nicole currently serves on a Diversity and Inclusion Committee and mentors young professionals in a business setting. This experience has provided her with an interest in the Mental Health practices of companies for their employees.
To achieve client goals, Nicole uses a holistic approach to the therapeutic process, utilizing a combination of Adlerian, Cognitive Behavioral, Existential, and Family Systems techniques.
Nicole received her Master of Arts in Professional Counseling at Amberton University. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Applied Sociology and Business Administration from Texas State University. She and her husband, Mac, love DIY adventures and were featured on the DIY Network for their work on a home project! Nicole is the step-mom to 2 beautiful children and shares a beaming little, M.J., with her hubby.
- Women in Corporate America
- Women’s Issues
- Anxiety Counseling
- Depression Counseling
- Career Counseling
- Multicultural Issues