Nia is currently completing her master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling at Oakland University. She has also obtained her undergraduate degree in Sociology and Psychology from Oakland University. Nia began her career working with diverse populations in the non-profit sector including high-risk youth, providing resources and support for their various needs. She has facilitated and co-facilitated groups for young women and girls aged 6 and older. She has also worked with individuals who suffer from traumatic brain injuries, providing hands-on support with their careers.
Nia believes in meeting each client wherever they are in their journey and collaboratively working with them to identify and reach their goals towards positive change. She focuses on creating a safe space for clients to express themselves. Nia has experience working with clients who struggle with anxiety, depression, and trauma utilizing several approaches including Solution Focused Therapy, Person Centered Therapy, and Narrative Therapy. Nia aims to convey realness and support while embarking on a shared journey of focusing on solutions and healing instead of problems.