Nicole Wilson, a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern, earned a Bachelor of Arts (Magna Cum Laude) from St. Leo University in Human Resources and a Master of Arts from the University of South Florida in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling, with a Graduate Certificate in Marriage & Family Therapy.
Nicole completed an Internship with Suncoast Center for Mental Health and Tampa Jewish Family Services. During that time, she gained experience working with individuals and couples in the following areas:.
• Helping Families establish or reestablish healthy communication and relationship• Couples • Parenting Concerns • Spirituality • Life Transition • Adults struggling with anxiety • Adults struggling with depression • Adults struggling with past or current traumatic experiences including sexual abuse, physical abuse and traumatic grief.
Nicole also has extensive experience in Human Resources and Education, which she draws on in her work with families, couples and individuals. Nicole believes life's challenges provide opportunities for personal growth and increased understanding. Her goal is for individuals, couples and families to emerge from crisis stronger, wiser, and hopeful with her guidance through the counseling process. Using a holistic and system-based approach, Nicole strives to meet her clients at their pace and aims to create a safe and welcoming space where individuals, couples and families can work through some of their toughest challenges and concerns.