Nickelle Cooper, MS. SPED
Nickelle Cooper, MS, SPED
About: My goal is to help families and adolescents navigate through difficult times. It is through my own personal experiences as well as my career that made me more qualified to work with trouble adolescents/at risk. In doing so, I am equipped to support in times of distress. I pride myself on being a passionate, empathic and a resourceful individual. I often use assessment along with conversation to help guide my practices. I believe it is my responsibility to bring a sense of calm and hope to families and to not give up when they feel hopeless. We got this!
Education: Ms.Cooper, has spent the majority of her career working with adolescent troubled youth and coaching families. She holds an undergraduate degree from Albertus Magnus in Communications. She earned her Master’s Degree from University of New Haven in Special Education with a concentration in troubled youth.
Theoretical Background: Family Systems Theory, Solution-Focused Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Types of Therapy Practiced: Family Systems, Cognitive-Behavioral, Vocational Life Coaching
Works With: Adolescents and Families
Client Age Range: Troubled Adolescents and Parents