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    Nicole Reglos

    Greetings! I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate. A career in counseling gives me the opportunity to join and connect with people on their mental health journey, in addition to continuing to learn about a subject that I am passionate about. I value building rapport and creating a safe environment for clients to fully explore and express their thoughts and emotions through a collaborative therapeutic relationship. My approach to therapy utilizes techniques from different theories, particularly Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Person-Centered Therapy. I enjoy working with teens, young adults, and adults. I have provided treatment for anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, maladjustment, anger management, and intimate relationship conflict.

    Supervised by Sarah Whitmire LPC-S, ATR-BC 

    What is an LPC Associate?

     LPC Associates are highly trained post-graduate counselors. They have already completed two years of a rigorous masters degree program, in which they had to complete 700 hours of counseling experience (on average) before graduation. During this time, they received training on various counseling techniques, assessments, and diagnostic skills. After graduation, they then go on to complete their national licensing exam, which allows them to receive their LPC Associate license from the state. This is when the period of clinical supervision begins. During the clinical supervision period, LPC Associates complete an additional 3,000 hours of counseling work over a minimum of 18 months (much like a doctor going through residency) before receiving their unsupervised LPC license. Throughout these 3,000 hours, they are supervised either on or off site by a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor who has had a minimum of five-years post license experience and has also taken another rigorous 40-hour course in order to be certified to supervise. The LPC Associate you see may discuss your case confidentially with their supervisor. When you are receiving treatment from an LPC Associate you receive the benefit of not just your clinician’s knowledge, experience, and expertise, but also the knowledge, experience, and expertise of the Associate’s supervisor as well, all at a reduced cost to you!