Nick was born in Dayton and lives in Kettering. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Wright State University in 2014 and a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Wright State in April 2018. Nick is a six-year veteran of the United States Air Force. Prior to graduating, he was the graduate assistant and peer advisor team leader at the Wright State Veteran and Military Center. Nick is a former safe space Ally for the WSU GLBTQA community on campus and is a current member of Psi Chi (the National honor Society in Psychology).
Nick's primary focus is to work with returning and current veterans. Other populations that Nick is interested in working with include but are not limited to: adolescents and young adults as well as couples therapy. His areas of interest in counseling include cognitive/behavioral therapy and solution focused brief therapy.
In his free time, Nick enjoys spending time with his two elementary-aged sons as well as many outdoor activities, such as camping, marksmanship, hiking, and canoeing/kayaking. He also enjoys touring breweries across the nation, brewing beer, travel, sports, billiards, darts, reading, and gardening.