Nick Mann, LCMHCA
Nick strives to create a comfortable and protected space that facilitates greater self-reflection and personal exploration. He believes that the most effective outcome in counseling comes from establishing a team dynamic in sessions, through which meaningful goals can be identified and ultimately achieved.
He primarily works with adults and developing adults, ages 15 and older, as they explore thoughts and feelings, new roles or life transitions, relationships, boundaries, and personal identity.
Nick’s approach to therapy places a particular emphasis on the relationship and interaction between client and therapist; allowing the client to guide sessions in the direction that is most relevant and meaningful. In addition, he utilizes techniques and skills drawn from tenets of Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, and Dialectical-Behavior Therapy (DBT), in order to tailor sessions to the uniqueness of the client and their life experiences.
- Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of North Carolina Charlotte
- Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from Appalachian State University
- Clinical Practicum and Internship experiences serving adolescents and adults and co-leading DBT skills groups for adolescents, adults, and parents
- Previous experience providing in-home and in-school behavioral health services to individuals and families
Areas of Expertise:
- Grief and Bereavement
- Identity and Growth
- Life Transitions and Adjustment
- Relationship Concerns and Boundaries
- Self-Care and Coping