Nicholas Bond
MA, DOCTORAL PRACTICUM STUDENT

I am currently a fourth-year doctoral student in clinical psychology at the University of Indianapolis. I received my master’s degree in clinical psychology from the University of Indianapolis and my bachelor’s degree from Huntington University. I have experience providing individual and group therapy, along with psychodiagnostic evaluations, in multiple settings, including university counseling centers and academic medical hospitals.

I am passionate about helping people gain insight and understanding into their thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and relationships, with the goal of creating positive change moving forward. I believe that a safe and collaborative therapeutic relationship is essential for this growth to occur. In my clinical work, I draw primarily from cognitive-behavioral (CBT), interpersonal, strengths-based, and behavioral theories of psychotherapy. However, I also have training in brief psychodynamic, acceptance and commitment therapy, family systems, and emotion-focused interventions. I have worked with individuals across age groups, from children to adults, with concerns surrounding anxiety, depression, trauma, adjustment, grief, and neurodevelopmental disabilities (ADHD, autism, etc.). I look forward to meeting you and learning how to best serve you.

Education

Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology
Doctor of Psychology (in progress) in Clinical Psychology (APA Accredited)

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