Nicholas graduated from the University of Kentucky with his Master Degree in Social Work. Nicholas pursued mental health to help others. Nicholas has a passion for helping people manage their daily lives, conquering their fears, and developing adequate coping skills and ways to effectively communicate with others. Nicholas has over 8 years in the field of Social Work and has worked in Private Practice for several of those years. One of Nicholas's skill sets is being able to effectively work with high conflict cases including divorce cases and/or mediation cases. Nicholas is a trained mediator and is willing to provide mediation services if they arise. Nicholas is trained in helping parents learn parenting strategies as well as supervising parent/child visits and providing supportive and reflective guidance in becoming a better parent.
Nicholas also works with individuals managing depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, LGBTQ+, and foster/adoption cases. Nicholas does provide Trauma Art Narrative Therapy, Client-Centered Focus Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and good old Talk Therapy. Nicholas will work with children ages 6+ to our older folks over the age of 65. Nicholas has worked with various professions including Fireman, Police Officers, Therapists, Doctors, Lawyers, and many others while ensuring that anonymity is key.