Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), Solution-focused, Strengths-based
Hi, I'm Nicole McDonald, a highly experienced Clinical Social Worker with over 25 years of expertise in helping individuals navigate through life's toughest challenges. I'm passionate about helping people connect and find peace, and specialize in guiding my clients through a proven process that has transformed many lives.
As a virtual therapist, I understand the power of connection and safety, even when it is mediated through technology. My virtual sessions are tailored to each individual's unique needs and provide a space for meaningful transformation.
My approach to therapy is compassionate and empathetic. I create a warm and safe environment that allows my clients to explore their feelings, thoughts, and experiences without judgment. By using a proven process, I've helped countless individuals overcome challenges such as anxiety, depression, and relationship issues.
Through my work, I've gained a reputation for being a trusted and skilled clinician. My clients speak highly of my ability to help them find meaning and purpose in their lives. If you're ready to make a positive change, I'm here to support you every step of the way.
MSW - Social Work, Fordham University
It was a natural progression for me. I've always loved helping others. I have always been told I am someone people can come to with their problems and I enjoy watching people find success and inner joy.
Yoga, hiking, reading & travel. I love my family and my pets.
I love to walk. I find it grounds me and helps me focus and get clear on what the day will bring.
Fearless. It is an Anti-Domestic Violence Organization. It is a cause that is near and dear to my heart.
Yoga, friends, eating well, and connecting with my family.
I have 2 dogs, both are rescues.
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