Nikki stands before a background with trees and bushes. She has long brown hair and is wearing a black tan top with a silver necklace. She smiles brightly with her teeth.

Nikki Wieman

“People are just people/they shouldn’t make you nervous/the world is everlasting/it’s coming, and it’s going.” -Regina Spektor


Currently in school at Loyola University Maryland – M.S. Clinical Professional Counseling, Projected Graduation, December 2023

Currently accepting new clients for a waitlist.

Why work with a clinician in training?

What’s therapy with me like? I focus on women’s issues, LGBTQ issues, and folks who may be experiencing anxiety/depression utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and Rogerian therapy.
I think the clients are their own experts on their lived experiences and I think there is so much space in CBT to incorporate person -centered elements to celebrate and embrace a client’s unique identity, while still working with such an empirically strong modality!

I really appreciate these methods because I feel that it allows the therapy space to be a non – judgmental and safe environment. I want to laugh with you in my sessions and celebrate with you as we work through sometimes really challenging emotions, thoughts, and feelings.

How I’ve kept learning… I’ve always considered learning an essential gift and privilege, and the constant challenge to improve through learning feels true to me as one of my core values. Right now, I am continuing my learning through the education and enrichment provided by my graduate program and classes. Some classes that I have taken recently are, diversity issues in psychology, ethics in psychology, group therapy, and CBT!

I am always actively seeking out new opportunities to learn, whether it’s through reading, conversations with professors, peers or supervisors, or by finding new education experiences – I never plan to stop learning.

Who do I work with? I work with adolescents over 14, teenagers, young adults, and couples. I really enjoy working with folks in the 14-25 age range.

My impacting identities are… I am a cis, white, queer, first generation college student and a woman! I grew up on Long Island, raised by my mom, and was super influenced by my grandma’s Italian American traditions. I do consider myself spiritual, but do not personally follow any organized structure of religion.

I feel allied/aware/part of/informed/knowledgeable about… LGBTQ+, (part of/knowledgeable about), First Gen and lower income folks (part of/knowledgeable about), and Women (part of/knowledgeable about).

I am the best fit for a client who… wants to show up to sessions and just be fully and completely themselves, and wants to be a collaborative and active participant in the therapy room. I recognize that therapy can be scary, but I also think you’d be a good fit if you were feeling ready and excited to get into things!

I am not a good fit for a client who… doesn’t feel comfy working with a graduate – level clinician!

What makes me unique? I cannot sit still – ever…so there might be a lot of movement in the therapy room! But I’m always open to sitting on the floor or doing what makes a client feel the most comfortable! I think I want to bring a special sense of authenticity and a ‘casual’ and chill vibe to the therapy room, so that you’re able to come in and just let your walls down!

I think I kind of explain finding a therapist that’s a good fit for you, like speed dating. So if you’re hoping to find a therapist that’s down to earth and with a weird millennial gen-z crossover flow, you’ve found your fit!


The Practical Stuff

What insurances do I accept? I am currently not in network with any insurances, but I offer therapy for a sliding scale between $30-70, based on what the client can afford.

Do I offer telehealth or in person sessions? I definitely love meeting face to face, I think there’s something special about being in the same room together! I also like teletherapy and recognize that it’s a great option for a lot of people, and I’m so here for that!

Am I taking on new clients? Yes! I start in January 2023!


The Fun Stuff

Did you know… I love spending time in the gym and enjoy powerlifting to show tunes…

Any pets? Pencil!! My sweet little black cat!!

How I’ve Kept Learning

  • Psychological First Aid, Dr. Jeffery Lating, October 2022
  • My Grandmother’s Hands; Racialized Trauma and the Pathways to Healing our Minds and Bodies, Resmaa Menakem, August 2022
  • Intersectionality in the Bisexual+ Community, Dr. Christina Dyar & Ms. Marian Hernandez, November 2022
  • Gender Responsive Trauma Informed Care: The First 72 Hours, Charlene Sears – Tolbert, MA, ABD, CAP, ICD & AC NAADAC, January 2023
  • A Rainbow Pipeline: The earnest impact of addiction on Black LGBTQ+ Identifying Individuals, O.T. Porter, PhD, LCDC NAADAC, January 2023
  • The Role of Pain and Stress in Healing Trauma, Dr. David Hanscom, Trauma Super Conference, February 2023
  • Holistic Healing in a Divided World, Dr. Claudelle R Glasgow, Trauma Super Conference, February 2023
  • Treatment of Eating Difficulties, Dr. Anita Johnson, Mind Body Training Institute, February 2023
  • The Gift of Therapy, Authored by Irvin Yalom, February 2023
  • Introduction to Play Therapy for Mental Health, ProBono Counseling, Sabra Starnes, LICSW, LCSW – C, M. ED., RPT – S, March 2023


How to Give me A Buzz

The best way to contact me is…by email at


Supervised By: 

Kelly Keys, LCSW-C