- University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Social Worker, MI, 1994
Nicole Glickman is a licensed clinical social worker with more than 25 years of experience, treating pediatric, adolescent, and adult behavioral health in a variety of settings. She currently focuses her practice on helping adult patients with mental health conditions.
She has been passionate about helping others from an early age and providing mental health treatment has given her the opportunity to do this professionally. She recognizes that everyone is unique, has unique needs, and wants to be heard, understood, and respected.
Nicole provides treatment for a variety of disorders, including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, and ADHD. She has a specific interest in the treatment of postpartum depression. She also particularly enjoys working with young adults.
She has vast experience using cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), with specific training in this area during her master’s program. She has completed training at The Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for treatment of PTSD. She received her Master of Social Work from the University of Michigan.
I believe that every patient should be provided with the highest quality mental health care and treated with the utmost respect. My goal is to provide evidence-based psychotherapy to help patients achieve their specific treatment goals, resolve their symptoms, and live their fullest, happiest lives.
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