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Nicole Loría, MSCP, LPCC

Nicole earned her bachelor's degree in general psychology and licentiate degree in clinical psychology in Costa Rica, her hometown.  Back home, she worked in private practice for several years until she moved to the U.S. in 2015. 

She earned her Masters in Mental Health Counseling in 2023 and worked in substance use counseling for several non-profits including Juvenile Drug Court and Salvation Army. Nicole is also a certified yoga instructor with over 20 years of teaching experience with diverse populations such as male inmates in maximum security prisons and women struggling with addiction and domestic violence. 

As a native Spanish speaker,  Nicole is 100% bilingual in English and Spanish and passionate about working with Hispanic / Latinx populations given her shared experience as a Latina living in North America.  Her mental health counseling experience includes working with indigenous populations, PTSD, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorders, substance use disorders, childhood trauma, domestic violence, at-risk youth, pre and postpartum depression, and the criminal justice system.  She believes healing is unique to each individual and utilizes an eclectic approach to collaborate with clients on their journey toward well-being. 

Nicole leans on counseling modalities such as person-centered, mindfulness-based, somatic, cognitive-behavioral, and multicultural approaches. 

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