Nicole Fisher, MA, LCPC

Nicole works with individuals, adolescents, couples, and families

Nicole graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Community Care Counseling from Lincoln Christian University and earned a Master of Arts Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Liberty University.


Nicole spent 5 years working in youth and adult ministries as a volunteer and has acquired experience in working with adolescents, adults, and families to promote communication and empower them to make choices that enable the achievement of their goals.


Nicole believes that the therapeutic relationship between the therapist and client is crucial to effective counseling. As a counselor, Nicole seeks to promote an atmosphere of acceptance and support wherein her clients can feel comfortable exploring the challenges that bring them into therapy. Nicole leans toward a Cognitive-Behavioral approach to therapy, and believes changes in behavior occur once faulty thinking has been addressed. Nicole believes in working with the client to help them uncover their power and abilities to make changes where it is necessary.  Nicole enjoys partnering with her clients as a co-traveler in their journey, meeting them where they are, and assisting in bearing their burdens on the road toward healing. She has a passion for working adolescents and adults struggling with adjustment issues, anxiety, depression, ADHD, PTSD, family and relationship challenges, grief/bereavement, and developing autonomy.

Nicole has been married to her college sweetheart since 2005.Nicole and her husband have one son and two dogs.