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Health is the greatest gift, contentment the greatest wealth, faithfulness the
best relationship.

- buddha

Nicole Hisaka, MA

 

HONOR: Yourself

Nicole Hisaka, M.A. is a doctoral student in clinical psychology at The California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant University specializing in the Family and Children Emphasis program (F.A.C.E.). Nicole has been mentored and worked alongside Dr. Mihalas for two years and has recently begun to work as a Psychological Assistant (PSB 94022203) at The Center for Well-Being. Over the past two years, Nicole has received training in the areas of therapeutic interventions for children and adolescents of which she received skills and knowledge in social-skills training, play therapy, behavioral modification techniques and parent-skills training, and academic-based behavioral observational assessment.

 

HONOR: Individuality

Nicole has experience providing services to children ages 3-16 with behavioral, developmental and social-emotional challenges.

In addition to the experience at The Center for Well-Being, Nicole has worked with individuals on the Autism Spectrum at UC Davis’ M.I.N.D. Institute and conducted research at UCLA’s The HELP Group Alliance Laboratory. Nicole currently engages in therapeutic support at the Ronald McDonald House. Finally, Nicole currently provides services in grades K-8 utilizing evidence-based curriculum in the classroom setting.

 

HONOR: Growth

Nicole is excited to join the Center for Well-Being staff in the role of psychotherapist. Nicole welcomes children and families who require support on a wide range of topics. Nicole believes that children have their own individuality and style of expression and communication. She believes that working with a child within its system, whether it be in the family unit, school-based setting, or social sphere, can provide and afford the individual positive social, emotional and behavioral growth. Nicole utilizes an eclectic approach integrating multiple paradigms including cognitive-behavioral therapy, family therapy, play therapy, and psychodynamic therapy. Utilizing such approaches can allow both the child and family to better recognize, identify and verbalize feelings and move towards individual and systemic harmony.

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