Dr. Nichole VincentClinical Psychologist, Psy.D.
I can’t change where you started; I can provide you with the highest level of care + freedom to decide where you finish. *Private Pay Only*
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Being human is often tough. Sometimes we lose our way and can feel stuck and overwhelmed. Sometimes we would like to change parts of our lives or ourselves but don’t know how. Therapy can be an empowering way to promote healing, growth, and wellness. Often, we initially seek treatment to address a specific concern and then begin to uncover other areas of our lives in which we want to make meaningful change. My goal is for this process to feel supportive, affirming, and appropriately challenging.
I create a warm, relaxing and open- minded space for you to work. I have experience helping adults and adolescents with family issues, stress, depression, grief, school, relationships and work struggles. I help guide my clients to the goals and visions they set in order to live the life they want and deserve. I help you set goals and work towards those goals through understanding the obstacles so we can move them.
Clients who seek my services are looking to uncover the truth of their life path and relational dynamics in order to move into a more conscious way of being. I am a psychoanalyst candidate, licensed psychotherapist, graduate historian-philosopher; I utilize an insight-based psychoanalytic modality in treatment applications. Specialty areas include existential crisis, life transitions, grief, anxiety, major depression, purpose, family conflict, sexuality, & spirituality.
For as long as I can remember, I recognized a fire in me to be able to provide a safe place for those who needed it. Speaking as a queer woman, my lived experiences have directed me towards becoming an advocate for systemic equality and transformation. My passions lie in trauma-informed care, gender-affirming care, and helping high conflict relationships of all backgrounds navigate through their journey. I strive to cultivate a non-judgmental environment that allows for connection and validity.
Most of my clients are wanting to experience greater intimacy, safety, trust, and emotional connection. However, problems arise when major events, such as infidelity or trauma, undermine trust or our ability to connect. Most commonly, clients get caught by negative reciprocal patterns that keep them feeling stuck. I help clients to understand these patterns, have meaningful conversations in session, and regain the connection necessary to overcome past hurts.
Too often we encounter stress and challenges in our lives that we struggle to meet and resolve in healthy and constructive ways. As a result, we can become isolated and lonely, panicked, and anxious by stress or circumstance that threaten to overwhelm us, or sometimes just “stuck” and unsatisfied. Perhaps our old ways of coping with life are no longer as helpful as they once were. We may feel unhappy with ourselves, where we are, and the things we do.