Nicole Johns received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Phoenix and her Master of Arts in Counseling and Community Psychology with a Certificate in Forensic Mental Health from Sage Graduate School. Nicole began her career in the mental health field with Transitional Services Association, helping individuals suffering from severe mental illness to transition from more supportive care back into the community. She is currently conducting research on trauma and domestic violence within the female inmate population. Nicole completed her graduate training in psychotherapy through Samaritan Counseling Center, where she now holds a post-graduate residency position.
At Samaritan, Nicole works with individuals, couples, and families to provide psychotherapy in areas such as anxiety, depression, trauma, and grief, as well as family and couples relational dynamics and adolescent/developmental concerns. Her treatment style integrates compassion, support, and humor to encourage growth and discovery. Nicole is a member of the New York Mental Health Counselors Association and the American Counselors Association.