Nicole Cass

Sex therapist using creative Solutions and Trauma-Informed Counseling for Couples, Adults, and Teens

Nicole Cass, LLMSW

Education

Master’s in Clinical Social Work, Michigan State University, Bachelors in Psychology, Michigan State University

Training

School Social Work Certification, University of Michigan Sexual Health Certificate Program, AASECT Member

Credentials

LLMSW
Nicole Cass

I’ve long held the belief that life is an unfolding journey. This journey can get bumpy along the way, and obstacles may steer us in what feels like the wrong direction. Despite this, I believe we can always get to where we need to be. If you choose to seek support along the way, I would be honored to provide you with the space, the tools, and the skills that will empower you on your journey toward fulfillment and growth.

I firmly believe that each person has the innate potential to uncover and unmark in order to be their most authentic selves. I am dedicated to providing the support, resources, and skills needed for you to navigate your journey of self-discovery. My main goal as a therapist is to create a safe and accepting environment where everyone feels respected and empowered.


Insurance Accepted



Nicole's Bio

Nicole (she/her), works as a sex therapist who has worked with a variety of folx using a diverse range of creative therapeutic approaches, including art and music, to support healing and processing. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Michigan State University. As a sex therapist, Nicole has completed her certificate from the University of Michigan Sexual Health Certificate Program and holds a membership with the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counseling, and Therapists.

Nicole specializes in topics and issues related to trauma, anxiety, depression, attachment, communication, self-esteem, LGBTQA+, sexuality, and sexual well-being. In addition to these specialties, Nicole also has a wide range of experience working with individuals with attention deficit disorders (ADHD) and autism Spectrum disorder (ASD).