Nicole Holmberg, Ph.D., LP
Dr. Nicole Holmberg is an affirming therapist whose work emphasizes transdiagnostic interventions and acceptance-and exposure-based treatments (e.g., acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy skills, exposure and response prevention, cognitive behavioral therapy) that help clients move in the direction of their values. She is highly skilled in providing therapy and assessment services to adults of all ages who have concerns related to anxiety, depression, trauma, identity, life transitions, and chronic pain. Dr. Holmberg has particular expertise in working with gender and sexual minorities and has had training in the Gottman Method approach to couple's therapy.
Dr. Holmberg graduated with her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Northern Illinois University in 2018. She completed a postdoctoral clinical psychology fellowship in LGBTQ health (2018-2019) at the Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center in Houston, Texas, where she also completed her predoctroal internship (2017-2018). Dr. Holmberg’s graduate program, predoctoral internship, and postdoctoral fellowship are all accredited by the American Psychological Association and prioritized training in evidence-based treatments. She also earned a master’s degree in interpersonal communication from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2006. She is a member of the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science.
Some of Dr. Holmberg’s favorite things include: Spicy food, beaches, Korean mountains, her dog named Frank, good bad TV, sweater weather, and using her terrible voice to belt out songs from the 80s and 90s in private room karaoke situations.