What Are The Contributors To The Common Mental Health Diagnoses? Wendy with Nigeria McHellon, Clinical Social Worker & Therapist
Nigeria McHellon approach is from a place of compassion. She hope to create safe spaces for clients to engage in a trusting therapeutic relationship and focus on open communication while promoting individual self-growth and positive change.
Nigeria McHellon believes that everything in life is full of purpose and that each experience we go through can be used as a catalyst to grow. She is passionate about individual growth and diversity. It is her hope that each client that she is privileged to work with learns more about their individuality and the purpose they serve in the world around us.
She use evidence based therapeutic approaches in my work. These processes are developed to help clients find new thinking patterns while developing healthy coping skills related to life’s challenges. Nigeria McHellon is intentional about her mission to listen and understand each clients’ perspective and his/her beliefs in effort to help them gain clarity about their thoughts and feelings.
Nigeria McHellon has an extensive background working with individuals — children, adolescents, and adults — families, and couples. She has worked in various settings such as outpatient clinics, the public school system, dept. of juvenile justice, domestic violence shelters, and substance abuse treatment facilities to name a few. She has worked with victims of trauma and sexual abuse, served as a Clinician for human trafficking survivors, and as the Executive Director for a private adoption agency.
Nigeria McHellon admire diversity and respect one’s cultural background, gender identity, sexual orientation, and spirituality.
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