Hi! My name is Nicole. Since finding a therapist can be overwhelming, I'll go first and introduce myself. Click on my profile for more info!
Associate Clinical Social Worker in Utah
Not to sound cliché but your experience is uniquely yours. With that being said, some common experiences with anxiety, stress and fear are: Constantly worrying or having your worry "jump" from one thing to another. Avoiding things that are uncomfortable Negative thoughts I am here to provide insight, support, ideas, suggestions and guidance in how to better manage what you're experiencing.
Having a learning disability can create and define you, whether or not you want it. You have struggled and continue to struggle with your relationships, home life, work life and school. You often feel helpless hopeless unworthy misunderstood isolated My approach to helping you is to process your experiences, develop a new narrative around this label and create a new and empowered sense of self.
You may be trying to gain an understanding of whether or not you may be dealing with trauma or PTSD. I may be able to help you process your experiences with your parents and/or siblings Military combat Religion romantic relationships the education system My goal is to provide you a safe, secure, and trusting environment. I hope to help you develop a new sense of safety gaining new meaning from your experiences.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy helps identify conflicting ideas and beliefs that may improve with acceptance and change. This approach helps us with our overwhelming emotions, difficulties managing stress, and figuring out our relationships.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy targets behaviors and ways we think that are not helpful. We learn how to recognize thoughts and reevaluate them, understand our behaviors and what motivates them, learn problem-solving skills and build confidence with this intervention.