Nicole Elliott is a Licensed Professional Counselor working with Biltmore Psychology and Counseling. Nicole has experience providing mental health counseling to individuals across the lifespan with a variety of presenting concerns. Nicole’s interests and specialties lie in treating general mental health concerns including adjustment issues, depression, and anxiety. Nicole also specializes in gerontological issues and grief work to address challenges related to aging and disability.
Nicole is passionate about helping others discover their sense of purpose and live in accordance with their values. Nicole enjoys utilizing Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) techniques to explore issues of low self-worth and to build in her clients a sense of high personal value. Nicole also strives to provide a safe space for her clients to express their unique spiritual beliefs and to engage in faith-based discussions as desired.
The Elliotts live near South Mountain and enjoy hiking and going on outdoor adventures. The exercise is important because, as foodie wannabes, Nicole and her spouse spend much of their time eating and watching cooking competitions and food documentaries. The couple operates out of their shared faith background and the call to love and serve others and animals too! Together, they adopt senior rescue dogs from the Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA. Nicole also has a personal interest in advocacy work and pursuing social justice for older adults facing systemic issues of abuse, neglect, and exploitation.