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Nik Wilson, MA, MSW, LCSW

Nik Wilson
MA, MSW, LCSW

Pronouns: They/Them/Theirs

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I am a queer and nonbinary clinician who is passionate about accessible and effective therapeutic care. I hold a master’s degree in Social Work as well as a second master’s degree in Women’s and Gender Studies from Loyola University Chicago. I also hold a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Gonzaga University. I have experience working in a variety of community mental health, medical, and private practice settings in Illinois and Washington State.

I work from an attachment-based and ACT-informed perspective and I value integrating a variety of evidence-based practices into my therapeutic approach. Centering my clinical work in supporting BIPOC, queer, trans, and gender expansive people is important to me in addition to respectfully recognizing the various intersecting identities we all inhabit. I am also passionate about working with spiritual and/or creative individuals who are seeking a therapeutic space that honors and integrates their unique skills and resources.

I am currently accepting new clients. I look forward to talking with you, please contact me and schedule an appointment. My practice is limited to telehealth, and I am open to working with anyone in the state of Illinois. Sessions are conducted via a secure HIPAA compliant video call platform.  Contact me to get started.

To get started, contact our intake staff at intake@peoplepsych.com or by calling (312) 448-7218.

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Anxiety
Depression
Relationships
Attachment Issues
Childhood Abuse
Emotional Instability
Family Issues
Goal Identification
Identity Development
Life Transition
LGTBQIA+
Medical Issues & Illness
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Post-partum
PTSD
Recovery-Informed Therapy
Self Esteem
Sexuality/Gender Identity Development
Social Anxiety
Stress Management
Trauma Informed
Creative Professions/Artists
Young Adults