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Nikole Williams MA, Art Therapist

Is parenting stressing you out? Is your child struggling? Are your own issues getting in the way of being the parent you know you really are? In challenging times, we all need the support of authentic relationships. I work with parents and children affected by trauma, disability, grief and loss, anxiety and depression, life changes and transitions. I offer guidance, encouragement, and parenting support for families seeking to create change. My approach is creative, collaborative, strengths-focused, and trauma-informed. I provide individual sessions for kids and adults, as well as family sessions.

As a professionally-trained art therapist, I blend art therapy and traditional psychotherapy, and offer tools based in Positive Discipline, DBT, and mindfulness. With kids, I utilize play and art therapy to engage, explore, and build skills and awareness. Depending on what you need, we can talk, scribble, make art or make a mess. No art experience needed.

If you or your child is stuck or struggling, I can help your family make movement toward what works, embrace their strengths, and create meaning through hardship. I honor your courage in reaching out.

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 MA, Art Therapist

Is parenting stressing you out? Is your child struggling? Are your own issues getting in the way of being the parent you know you really are? In challenging times, we all need the support of authentic relationships. I work with parents and children affected by trauma, disability, grief and loss, anxiety and depression, life changes and transitions. I offer guidance, encouragement, and parenting support for families seeking to create change. My approach is creative, collaborative, strengths-focused, and trauma-informed. I provide individual sessions for kids and adults, as well as family sessions.

As a professionally-trained art therapist, I blend art therapy and traditional psychotherapy, and offer tools based in Positive Discipline, DBT, and mindfulness. With kids, I utilize play and art therapy to engage, explore, and build skills and awareness. Depending on what you need, we can talk, scribble, make art or make a mess. No art experience needed.

If you or your child is stuck or struggling, I can help your family make movement toward what works, embrace their strengths, and create meaning through hardship. I honor your courage in reaching out.

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