Nicole Withers, MSW (She/Her)

Clinical Social Worker

Nicole uses a holistic, person-centered and empathetic approach to provide clinical counselling to children, young people, and their families. Using modalities such as play and art therapy, she engages folks from a lens of empowerment, collaboration, and resilience.
She is focused on providing counselling to help children, adolescents, and families in areas specific to: stress, anxiety, depression, self-harm, divorce/separation, behavioural difficulties, LGBTQ2S+, interpersonal relationships, life transitions, traumatic experiences, self-esteem, parent coaching, and more.
A registered Clinical Social Worker, Nicole holds a Bachelor of Social Work from Memorial University, and a Master’s of Social Work from McGill University. She has received specific training in Cognitive Behaviour and Play Therapy approaches from Laurier University and the Canadian Association of Play Therapy.
Throughout Nicole’s professional experiences in working with children and young people, she has learned that compassion, hope, gratitude, awareness, and reflection are key to counselling, and thus in understanding and working alongside people.