Nick Wall earned a master's degree in Counseling Psychology and a certificate of advanced graduate studies in Professional Counseling from Eastern University. He is currently pursuing licensure as a professional counselor and looks forward to opportunities to continue growing as a clinician.
Nick has worked in a variety of settings including schools-based and residential. He has experience with a range of age groups including children, adolescents, and adults in
individual and group settings. Nick has worked with a variety of individuals from different cultures, backgrounds, and presenting issues. This includes challenges with anxiety, depression, attachment-related issues, developmental disorders, issues with executive functioning, brain-related issues, and adjustment issues. Nick has a specific interest in clients struggling with grief and loss, people who have experienced trauma, and individuals adapting to life changes.
To achieve therapeutic growth, Nick provides collaborative, strengths-based, and culturally sensitive services rooted in person-centered and cognitive-behavioral approaches. Nick is also experienced in solution-focused therapy, motivational interviewing, and behavioral modification. He is an advocate for the mind-body connection and holistic support necessary for progress. Nick views the therapeutic process as a supportive and collaborative endeavor led by the client’s needs. Through openness, humor, and warmth, he aims to foster a supportive, trusting, and safe environment for clients to explore solutions.