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Nikole Williams

I believe in the healing power of authentic relationships, and I bring compassion, creativity, and curiosity to my work with clients. If you or your child is struggling or stuck, we can work together to create a path back to well-being. I see my role as a guide and collaborator, shining a light in the darkness and holding a safe space for healing.

As an art therapist, I have specialized training in using the creative process to explore inner and outer worlds, increase self-awareness and self-esteem, and develop insight and courage, all without the need for a verbal narrative. Art therapy requires no art skill or experience, as I will focus on the process and materials, never judging or defining you by your work.

My approach is strengths-based, holistic, and person-centered, grounded in radical acceptance and social justice. I draw from solution-focused, narrative, and Adlerian theories, working with you to develop a unique plan that can meet you wherever you’re at.

I have extensive experience building relationships with early childhood and school-age youth, as well as adapting art methods and materials for people with disabilities, and I enjoy helping people of all ages, abilities, and identities use creative expression to increase well-being. I am especially interested in helping with symptoms of trauma or disability, life transitions, grief and loss, and parenting or family challenges.

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

View Nikole’s profile:

Psychology Today

Contact Nikole:

(651) 456-8713

nikole@being-therapy.com

Nikole Williams

I believe in the healing power of authentic relationships, and I bring compassion, creativity, and curiosity to my work with clients. If you or your child is struggling or stuck, we can work together to create a path back to well-being. I see my role as a guide and collaborator, shining a light in the darkness and holding a safe space for healing.

As an art therapist, I have specialized training in using the creative process to explore inner and outer worlds, increase self-awareness and self-esteem, and develop insight and courage, all without the need for a verbal narrative. Art therapy requires no art skill or experience, as I will focus on the process and materials, never judging or defining you by your work.

My approach is strengths-based, holistic, and person-centered, grounded in radical acceptance and social justice. I draw from solution-focused, narrative, and Adlerian theories, working with you to develop a unique plan that can meet you wherever you’re at.

I have extensive experience building relationships with early childhood and school-age youth, as well as adapting art methods and materials for people with disabilities, and I enjoy helping people of all ages, abilities, and identities use creative expression to increase well-being. I am especially interested in helping with symptoms of trauma or disability, life transitions, grief and loss, and parenting or family challenges.

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

Contact Nikole:

(651) 456-8713

nikole@being-therapy.com