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Nikole Williams

I believe that authentic relationships form the foundation for healing, and I bring compassion, creativity, and curiosity to my work. If you and your child are struggling, I can help your family embrace their strengths, make movement toward what works, encourage, support, and make meaning through hardship.

With over twenty years experience building relationships with children, I specialize in offering individual and family therapy for kids 3-10 and their grown-ups. If you are a parent or caregiver who needs help processing your own experiences to make family life better, I help with that too. As a professionally-trained art therapist, I often utilize art-making and creative expression to engage, explore, play, and build awareness and skills. I can help with trauma, transitions, grief and loss, anxiety and depression, family changes, developmental difficulties and disabilities.

We all go through difficult times, and I am here to be a supportive ally, a guide through the darkness, helping you and yours find light and resilience.

Pronouns: she/her

Education, Training, License, and Affiliations:

 

Master of Arts in Counseling and Art Therapy, Adler Graduate School

Bachelor of Science in Fine Art (Painting, Printmaking, Book Arts), University of Oregon

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Nikole Williams

I believe that authentic relationships form the foundation for healing, and I bring compassion, creativity, and curiosity to my work. If you and your child are struggling, I can help your family embrace their strengths, make movement toward what works, encourage, support, and make meaning through hardship.

With over twenty years experience building relationships with children, I specialize in offering individual and family therapy for kids 3-10 and their grown-ups. If you are a parent or caregiver who needs help processing your own experiences to make family life better, I help with that too. As a professionally-trained art therapist, I often utilize art-making and creative expression to engage, explore, play, and build awareness and skills. I can help with trauma, transitions, grief and loss, anxiety and depression, family changes, developmental difficulties and disabilities.

We all go through difficult times, and I am here to be a supportive ally, a guide through the darkness, helping you and yours find light and resilience.

Pronouns: she/her

Education, Training, License, and Affiliations:

Master of Arts in Counseling and Art Therapy, Adler Graduate School

Bachelor of Science in Fine Art (Painting, Printmaking, Book Arts), University of Oregon

Jeffrey Raich, being Therapy

View Nikole’s profile:

Psychology Today