Nichole Robinson earned her Master’s in Clinical Psychology and Counseling from Chestnut Hill College where she specialized in trauma studies. She specializes in working with adolescents, adults, senior citizens, couples and families struggling with anxiety, stress, relationship issues, grief and loss, and depression. Having worked in a variety of settings, Nichole is also experienced in assisting individuals with more specific struggles including histories of neglect, abuse, self-harm, suicidal ideation, and sexual assault.
Nichole adopts an eclectic theoretical view, adapting to meet the needs of her clients. She is trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). She helps clients develop skills to cope with their emotions, manage distress, improve communication, and increase mindfulness. She continues to explore new trauma treatments and is interested in increasing awareness in the field to improve agencies and clinicians’ ability to respond more effectively to traumatized individuals.
Nichole’s work experiences include working as a Clinical Therapist at a residential treatment facility serving adolescents and on an inpatient psychiatric unit working with adults. Nichole has a BS in Marketing from DeSales University. She is able to relate to corporate cultures and the challenges faced in the workplace. Nichole has a minor in Fine Art and enjoys incorporating creativity into therapy.