Graduate Practicum Intern
Do you feel not quite yourself? Are feelings of guilt becoming too overwhelming? Are you having trouble completing daily tasks? Do you feel like you just don’t fit in? Navigating life is difficult and you don’t have to do it alone. You have already completed the most difficult part- that first step of reaching out for help. Therapy is a safe place to discuss your feelings and any concerns that might be troubling you and keeping you from your goals.
I provide a compassionate, nonjudgmental and person-centered approach to help shape a comfortable therapeutic setting to promote more understanding, growth and change. I believe that reflection is the catalyst to change and I am ready to walk with you every step of the way.
Nina Schmidt is a Master’s-level Clinical Mental Health Counseling Intern from Southern New Hampshire University. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Pre-Clinical Health Sciences and served 8 years in the Air Force Reserves. Nina’s areas of clinical focus are in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), with relational-cultural (RCT) and goal-oriented approaches. Before moving to Tampa, FL in 2016, she lived in Orlando and was raised in Miami, FL. Her sincere passion for helping others is what motivated her to pursue the field of counseling.