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Nic Burnard (they/them) obtained their master's degree in social work from Utah State University. Nic’s previous career as a bodyworker led them down the path to becoming a mental health therapist, with a desire to specialize in somatic therapies and mindfulness techniques. Nic practices social work from a strengths-based, person-in-environment framework and applies solution-focused, body-centered somatic work, mindfulness, and values-based therapy techniques. They integrate modalities such as DBT, Narrative Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Internal Family Systems.

Nic has experience working with trauma survivors, specifically related to interpersonal violence and sexual assault, clients who exhibit mood disorders, BPD traits, and neurodivergent clients diagnosed with autism and/or ADHD. They provide support to clients navigating faith transitions, family conflict, and those struggling with suicide and self harming behaviors.

Nic provides affirming, culturally sensitive care for members of LGBTQIA+, BIPOC, and neurodiverse communities. They are passionate about social justice and human rights. In Nic’s free time, they love singing karaoke, getting outside, doing yoga & spending time with loved ones, including their rescue dog named Buddha.