Nicole Nolan is a licensed clinical social worker who has several years of experience working both individually with clients and on a larger scale to effect change in the field of mental health and prevention. Nicole works with a variety of child, adolescent, and young adults who experience grief, anxiety, depression, ADHD, school avoidance, parent/child conflict, sports performance anxiety, and more.
Using her experience as a school social worker, she also provides advocacy and consultation for her clients and their families with regards to school supports and obtaining services. Nicole believes in a holistic and collaborative approach to the needs of her clients, incorporating modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Theory, Trauma-Informed Care, and Systems Theories.
Nicole is especially skilled at navigating the children’s system of care, has vast experience with higher levels of care, and collaborates frequently to improve the overall outcomes of treatment for her clients.
Previously, Nicole served as the county’s wraparound therapist for the Family Crisis Intervention Unit (FCIU) focusing on juvenile diversion and truancy and has also worked at the county level bringing prevention and mental health resources to youth through county grant funding and school-based programming.