Darlene Nicks, LCSW, LICSW

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Dynamics Total Wellness Counseling
Psychotherapist
(She, her)

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CONTACT INFO

Multiple Locations

video sessions available

About Darlene Nicks, LCSW, LICSW

Have you experienced Trauma! Have you recently gone through a relationship betrayal, divorce, infidelity, homelessness? I practice a strength based, holistic approach to therapy and use a variety of theories and techniques based on each individual’s personality and needs. I believe that everyone possesses the natural ability to reach their most evolved and emotionally intelligent self, and it is my privilege to help others discover and develop their strengths and resources. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and I am licensed in the State of Alabama, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. My experience spans over 20 years working with individuals, adolescents, adults, and families struggling with addictions, work issues, domestic violence, housing insecurity, parenting issues, infertility, aging and death, mood disorders, trauma, chronic medical conditions.

Together we will begin to recover balance and a sense of clarity for those struggling to regulate their emotions and self-esteem, focusing on issues of trauma, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, attachment difficulties, relationship and family issues. I encourage you to take a step of faith in connecting with me to find support for yourself!

Clinician Demographics:
• Ethnicity: African-American,American
• Race: Black
• Gender: Female (She, her)

Location


Dynamics Total Wellness Counseling

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How to get started

The best way to get started is to contact me through the listed scheduling website

Below are the payment options this practice offers:

  • This practice accepts 26 different insurances, and cash pay as well. Cash pay rates are 150 per hour for individual sessions and 200 couples counseling/family counseling

YEARS IN PRACTICE:

11

ISSUES TREATED

Specialty:

Trauma, intimate partner violence, job stress, and grief
Women’s issues
Self-esteem issues and sexual trauma

Practice Works With:

Allied Communities