Nikki Freeman is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with eight years of experience providing services in a variety of mental health settings. Nikki holds a Master of Arts degree in counseling psychology from Bethel University. She has worked with children and adolescents as well as adults for a variety of issues but has developed a special interest in working with people who have (or are suspected to have) a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) diagnosis. Nikki’s personal experience with FASD in her family has led her to develop a professional specialty consulting and training other therapists that work people with FASD and their caregivers to help them cope with the unique challenges that prenatal exposure to alcohol and other drugs presents. Nikki is committed to finding brain-based interventions that address the hyperactivity, impulsivity, and memory issues that manifest uniquely in each individual client. She is also committed to helping teach caregivers to acknowledge, understand, and accept their positions as advocates, protectors, and agents for success.
Nikki’s faith as a committed follower of Jesus permeates her life and directs her approach to coaching, consulting, and training. She enjoys the opportunity to use a faith-based approach when requested.
Feel free to call the office to find out about future trainings Nikki may be offering.