“You deserve someone you can truly be yourself with, and feel comfortable sharing the best and scariest parts of you. We will work together to build trust and learn about what’s going on in your life. Using the right tools, what we can achieve together is truly remarkable.”
Nicole Rubin, MS, an individual and family counselor, with Masters degrees in Clinical Counseling Psychology and Gerontology. She sees adolescents and adults, couples, and families for a variety of issues. Nicole's natural style as a therapist is to balance warm support and empathy, with gentle, honest words that will challenge clients, and will enable them to work together as clients learn new tools to help them achieve their goals.
For additional information on Nicole, visit www.LoveInBloomCounseling.com.
Areas of specialty: LGBTQQI, premarital and marital counseling, gifted adolescence, family transitions, and eating disorders
Ages: Adolescents, Adults, and Seniors.
Nicole Rubin, MS
Licensed Professional Counselor
Chelsea is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). She received her Master of Arts from Argosy University in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia.
Chelsea has a wide range of experience in the mental health field with her main focuses on anxiety, depression, LGBTQIA issues, attachment/adoption, social phobia, adult/adolescent ADHD, and adult/adolescent level 1 autism/Asperger’s. Chelsea’s approach to counseling is strength-based and helps individuals successfully integrate their goals into the world around them. Chelsea uses a variety of counseling techniques including CBT, Motivational Interviewing, Choice Theory, and Person-Centered methods.
Chelsea's non-directive approach to counseling helps build trust in oneself and their ability to overcome their challenges. Through a collaborative effort, Chelsea works to accomplish the goals set for the individual and the family. Chelsea has experience in working with children ages 10 and up, adolescents, adults, and families. Chelsea strives to make the individual become their greatest advocate.
Areas of expertise: anxiety, depression, LGBTQIA issues, attachment/adoption, social phobia, adult/adolescent ADHD, and adult/adolescent level 1 autism/Asperger’s
Ages: Children ages 10 and up, adolescents, adults, and families.