Hope Nichols, LMFT
Hope Nichols, LMFT
Hope is an Integrative, Solutions-Focused Marriage and Family Therapist with 10 years of experience in delivering treatment to individuals, couples, children, families. Hope has expertise in working with issues such as anger, anxiety and depression; improving martial and family relationships, building intimacy and improving communication. Hope encourages healing and recovery within an integrative, creative style of systemic therapy.
Hope specializes in work with clients faced with the emotional upheaval of divorce, separation, and the difficult transition of parenting and co-parenting when often faced with child behavioral problems, as well as parent –child relationships.
Hope is a graduate of the nationally acclaimed Post-Graduate Certificate Program for Marriage and Family Therapy at The Council for Relationships in Philadelphia, Pa. Hope is a Licensed therapist in the state of Pa. Hope dedicates a large part of her practice in working with children/teens and families struggling with behavioral and emotional issues. An artist herself, Hope has expertise in the use of Play Therapy, Sand Tray, and Art therapy, and will frequently integrate these creative therapies in session when working with young children.
In addition to being a prominent Marriage and Family therapist, Hope has presented as the Keynote Speaker for Lower Merion School District’s Parenting Series “Parenting on the Mainline” and to general audiences speaking on the topics of Effective Couple's Communication. Hope is a sought after relational expert and she has been published in Main Line Today Magazine as well in Chester County's Mom's Blog. Hope maintains a private practice in Philadelphia Pa.
Expressive Art Therapy for Girls
Expressive Art Therapy Group
Led by Hope Nichols, LMFT
Expressive Art therapy offers children a creative environment where they can form supportive connections, manage stress and gain an overall sense of well being. In this non-threatening therapeutic environment the universal language of art helps foster emotional resilience, behavioral changes, and a new capacity for self-reflection and growth.
Group members will learn to:
▪ Manage stress, anxiety, and moods
▪ Express themselves assertively and healthfully
▪ Increase their self-esteem
▪ Better manage peer relationship
▪ Cope with transition
▪ Cope with divorce or family changes
▪ Develop social skills
▪ Express feelings
6 sessions: Wednesdays from 5:00 pm- 6pm
June 6th 2015 – June 28 2014
Cost: $30 per session
822 Pine Street Suite 2D
Philadelphia, PA, 19107
Contact Hope Nichols to register: 610-348-0309 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Conditions / Issues
Children (under 11)
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