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Demographics: Teens, adults, seniors, individuals.

Age range: 13 years old and above.


Anxiety Disorders
Mood Disorders
Relationship Issues
Complex Grief
Premarital Counseling
Women’s Issues
Spiritual Abuse/Religious Trauma

Church Hurts

Approach: Experiential/Existential

Experience: 2 years

Supervision with Robert Reed

Telehealth: I offer Telehealth and in person sessions. To read the benefits of Telehealth click here.

Offers Non Christian counseling: Yes

LGBTQIA+: Affirming


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Nicole Alder

“The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases, his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness." –Lamentations 3:22 NRSV I grew up as a military dependent, moving to new places nearly every three years. When I moved to Utah in 2000, it was the first time I began to feel rooted in a place. God has been leading me on a journey of discovering belonging and recognizing my own belovedness in His eyes, and that has allowed me to see the belovedness and humanity of others. I am passionate about coming alongside people as they journey toward finding hope and healing. I have spent many years doing this, especially in church and parachurch ministry organizations. With that passion and experience, I completed a bachelor’s degree in ministry in 2015, and a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program in 2022. I have experience working with a wide variety of issues, including PTSD, sexual abuse/assault, spiritual abuse/religious trauma, depression, anxiety, loss/grief, guilt/shame, suicide, self-harm, codependency, individual growth, women's issues, and relationship difficulties. I have worked with individuals, couples, and adolescents. I have experience working from a variety of methodologies, including existential, mindfulness, embodiment, and internal family systems theory, with a reliance on a person-centered approach. I focus on the inherent dignity and autonomy of my clients, cultivating a sense of safety and empowerment to address challenges. It is my privilege to sit with people in their difficult moments and to hold their stories, to be a witness to the work of healing that takes place in the counseling relationship.

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