Resident and Supervisee Clinicians

Resident and Supervisee clinicians are pre-licensed clinicians who are fulfilling their residency to obtain licensure in the Commonwealth of Virginia. As per the credentialing bodies for Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), and Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW), a substantial residency period of post-graduate work is required before the clinicians may apply for licensure. During this residency, the resident/supervisee operates under the supervision of a licensed clinician (that possesses the licensure they are pursuing) to review provided care, treatment approaches, and provide coaching opportunities. 

Nicole Campbell

Nicole Campbell

Licensed Resident in Counseling

About Nicole

Nicole is a Resident therapist with 9 years of experience working in mental health working with adults and children. She completed her MA in Clinical Counseling from Liberty University. She has worked with children of various ages with behavioral issues in school as a result of their mental health and was a powerful advocate for the children she worked with. She also has worked with adults with various concerns including depression and relationship issues, but her passion is supporting a client in growing through trauma and building an environment that supports resilience. She uses a person-centered and holistic approach to therapy. She primarily uses Cognitive Behavioral techniques and Motivational Enhancement, but focuses on each individual client and their needs.