This conversation is with Nicole Sartini, LPCC, Executive Director and co-founder of Bridge Counseling and Wellness and Co-founder of The Academy of Integrative Mental Health.
Nicole Sartini (she/her/hers) has been practicing therapy professionally since 2010 and has been working in the field as a non-professional since 1999. Sartini’s specialty centers around helping adults recovering from difficult childhoods, leaders looking to find more balance in their lives, and high-functioning individuals who suffer from anxiety or depression. She also specializes in assisting individuals going through major life changes such as: entering adulthood, starting or graduating from college, getting married, making job changes, and preparing for, or adjusting to, the birth of a child. Nicole’s counseling practice involves integrating traditional talk therapy with mind-body work through the practice of mindfulness, the use of diet and exercise, nutritional supplements, and an emphasis on developing a healthy self image.
Today, Nicole shares a bit about her path as a mental health professional, integrative group practice owner, and her philosophy supporting mind, body and soul. In this conversation, Nicole talks about self-knowledge and growth from a spiritually embodied perspective.
A few notes about this episode. Because Nicole and I are business partners, close friends and passionate conversationalists, we ended up recording for a long time. I had to heavily edit this conversation, so please be aware that there are some rough and awkward transitions at times because I am by no means a professional editor, but I tried my best to cut and paste to include the highlights of our conversation. -Juniper
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