Nicholas Holland


Being in our own thoughts can be both a positive and negative space. I believe that psychotherapy, matched with a warm, welcoming, and beneficial therapeutic relationship, can be a transitional process in which we are able to navigate our thoughts in different ways. Through my own lived experience with therapy, I found that I was able to allow my positive thoughts/experiences the space to shine, while also freeing space therefore allowing a more beneficial perspective, in which to view my maladaptive thoughts. This is an experience that I hope to be able to replicate with each and every one of my clients.

With a commitment to creating an environment for my clients that helps them to feel welcome, heard, and understood. My focus is to develop a trusting and open therapeutic relationship; one that helps us to achieve our therapeutic goals. I have experience working with anxiety, depression, anger, interpersonal relationship difficulties, adjustment difficulties, academic distress, and grief. I utilize CBT, emotion-focused, solution-focused, interpersonal, and psychodynamic approaches in order to address the different difficulties that may arise during the therapeutic session.

Earning my bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Michigan State University in 2018, I then continued my educational journey at Western Michigan University to obtain my MA in Counseling Psychology. During my education at WMU, I completed a year-long internship at MSU Counseling and Psychological Services.

“Slow down, you’re doing fine. You can’t be everything you want to be before your time”.

Billy Joel
Adult Individual (18+), Teens 16+
Anger Management, Anxiety, College Students/Transitions, Depression, Grief, Life Transitions, Peer Relationships, Self Esteem, Stress
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Interpersonal Therapy, Psychodynamic, Solution Focused Brief Therapy
Grand Rapids, Virtual
Accepting New Clients