Nicole Henning, LPC - Pennsylvania Therapist at Grow Therapy

Nicole Henning

Nicole Henning


10 years of experience

I’m a licensed professional counselor in the state of Pennsylvania, and I have been practicing for about a decade now. I enjoy working with my clients on cognitive behavioral therapy along with dialectical behavioral therapy, and also motivational interviewing tactics as well. I am very excited to work with clients that have been experiencing family conflict issues, along with anxiety and depression, and help tackle issues in their present day, personal and professional life’s. My style of therapy includes the importance of mind/body, physical, spiritual, and emotional health. In the years practicing as a clinician I have learned many therapeutic styles, and techniques that helps target individual problems also on the relational levels as well, working with individuals on intimacy issues and helping them increase communication skills effectively and have helped many couples and families restore healthy forms of communication. I truly love/enjoy neuroscience (overall brain health education) and have multiple trainings in this. I enjoy teaching my clients about the importance of brain health and how the body functions with the brain, and how certain mental health traits happen based on the chemistry of the brain, along with encouraging clients to practice self care, emotional regulation, and being able to think about ways of exercising healthy brain health. Your health is wealth! :)

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

In our first session together, clients will be expected to go through an intake process where we get to develop, and establish rapport with one another along with talking about treatment goals. This is an opportunity for the therapist and the client to build a therapeutic relationship and bond, and establish healthy rapport between one another. As the therapist, I will get to know my client’s needs and expectations for their treatment and mental health.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

I believe my greatest strengths as a therapist/clinician is helping individuals through family conflicts, relationship conflicts, interpersonal communication, skills, understanding, emotional regulation, tactics, and reframing your rational thought patterns. I believe my style of therapy is very client centered driven with also having a direct approach with my clients and encouraging them to take lead in their sessions. I am more of a direct type of therapist and I encourage my clients to run their sessions, effectively by empowering them to navigate their presenting concerns. I enjoy motivational interviewing styles as well.

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My treatment methods

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

I have been using cognitive behavioral therapy for the last nine years in my therapy sessions, I feel it’s super important to have a deep connection with mind and body understanding. With my approaches, I help people tackle, irrational, thoughts and fears, and also intrusive thinking I believe it’s super beneficial to be able to incorporate challenging any irrational thoughts. I help clients understand the concept of cognitive distortions, and how to challenge that frame of thinking.

Daialectical Behavior (DBT)

In my experience, as a psychotherapist, I feel like dialectical, behavioral therapy is super important to understand, mindfulness, emotional regulation, skills, and understanding relationships better from an interpersonal standpoint.

Solution Focused Brief Treatment

In my years working in therapy with clients the solution focused. Brief approach is super important to help people understand tackling problems, and helping them understand solutions, rather than looking at the problem as a whole.