Nina Lane, LMHC
Master's Mental Health Counseling
Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate
Individual and Couples
Cash, Check, Visa, Mastercard, American Express
$80 hour, $100 couples/sliding scale
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
Securities Building - Downtown
Nina’s psychotherapy practice helps clients move towards self-discovery and personal growth. Nina enjoys helping clients expand their personal strengths and self-knowledge in order to deal with the challenges client’s experience in their lives. She understands the courage it takes to make the first step into therapy and works towards creating a safe environment for her clients. She believes that the therapeutic process is a collaborate form of healing. Through a trusting and confidential relationship, powerful life changes can happen. Her approach in working with clients is gentle yet encourages client’s to challenge themselves in making changes in their lives. The work she does in helping clients realize their authentic self can lead to a richer relationship with themselves and with others. She has expertise in issues related to loss and grief, identity, attachment, relationship issues, recovery from substance abuse and trauma. She also has extensive experience working with cultural and sexual minority populations. Her work is grounded in Buddhist Psychology and Client Centered Therapy, as well as incorporating Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Existential approaches. In addition, Nina incorporates mindfulness meditation and mind and body approaches with appropriate clients.
Nina earned her Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Antioch University after graduating from Colorado State University with a degree in Human Development and Family Studies. She is licensed in Washington State as a Mental Health Counselor Associate and is a member of the American Counseling Association. Currently, Nina provides therapy to adult individuals and couples, in private practice at Ahimsa Counseling Service.
Pronounced \uh-HIM-sah\, ahimsa is a sanskrit word for non-violence, also known as ‘ultimate kindness’.