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Aliya Nichols: Compassionate Therapy and Healing Expert

Aliya Nichols is a licensed master social worker who has been practicing as a private practice therapist for a year and a half. She is renowned for her compassionate and empathetic approach to therapy, which is based on the integration of psychoeducation and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) techniques into her sessions.

Frontloading: Empowering Clients with Understanding

Frontloading is one of Aliya Nichols' key strategies. This involves asking clients and families questions to help them understand how their brain responds to trauma and how they can acquire new skills to manage anxiety and depression. By providing clients a deeper understanding of their experiences, Aliya Nichols can equip them with the tools they need to overcome their challenges.

Healing Techniques and Personalized Support

Aliya Nichols also employs a range of techniques to assist clients in healing and recovering from trauma. For instance, when clients experience intrusive and disturbing thoughts, she uses harmonic brain healing to help them find relief. When clients are dealing with panic attacks, Aliya Nichols teaches them about the vagus nerve and provides them with movement-based techniques and poses to help their bodies process stored trauma.

Holistic Approach to Growth and Restoration

In addition to her therapeutic techniques, Aliya Nichols strongly emphasizes supporting her clients throughout their healing journey. She believes that meditation is an effective tool for promoting healing and teaches her clients about the positive effects of meditation on the brain. By assisting clients in broadening their perspectives and finding balance and restoration, Aliya Nichols hopes to see them grow and achieve their ultimate potential. Her goal is to help clients engage in their therapeutic journey with Rising Potential Counseling LCSW, PLLC, and achieve lasting positive change.


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