Nicole Evans, LMFT
My goal as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist is to provide you with support, a level of understanding and an authentic connection to help you better understand yourself, your circumstances, and what you need. By making the choice to engage in therapy, I hope to help you to gain a stronger and more empowered sense of self, to navigate life’s challenges, and to experience the life-changing power of loving yourself. I recognize that throughout your daily life you may be consumed by thoughts, feelings, and emotions that both serve and do not serve you, making it hard to find clarity and an understanding of who you are or what you may need. By creating an authentic, warm, and non-judgmental space, we can work together to help you uncover where you want to go, more of who you are, and to learn how to challenge those thoughts, feelings, or hurdles that seem to be getting in the way.
Within my practice, I will try to provide you with a comfortable, safe, supportive, and understanding environment. I hope to help you make connections that will allow you to find your way and to get to know yourself better, all while feeling heard.
|• Eating Disorders and Body Image||• Self-Esteem and Identity||• Social Anxiety and Anxiety|
|• Depression||• Life Transitions||• Teens and Young Adults (20’s and 30’s)|
|• Trauma and Abuse||• Borderline Personality Disorder||• Self-Injurious Behaviors|
|• Family Therapy||• Domestic Violence||• Stress Management|
|• Grief and Loss||• Couples and Relationships|
How I Work
I believe the most important step in starting your therapeutic journey is to find a therapist that is the right fit for you. Whether you are coming in to deal with the end of a relationship, to feel better about yourself, or are not sure what direction to take next and need someone to talk to, I am here to help.
Within my practice, I offer individual, family, couples, and group therapy all stemming from a background in the inpatient, outpatient, and residential treatment therapeutic settings. While working as an individual, group, and family therapist at an adolescent treatment center for 2.5 years, I worked heavily with adolescents and young adults struggling with severe depression, anxiety, self-injurious behaviors, self-esteem issues, addiction, and body image/eating issues. I help families and couples who are trying to improve their overall relationship and communication with one another. Other areas of passion include grief and loss, stress management, borderline personality disorder, life transitions, and trauma.
My goal in working with clients is to not only help alleviate some of the negative, harmful, or uncomfortable symptoms that may be coming up, but to help my clients dig deeper to find out the underlying, root causes of what is going on internally and is ultimately causing those symptoms.