Nicole Lefman, MA

Nicole Lefman, MA


Phone: (703) 621-7121

Email: nlefman@atlcgr.com


Nicole is in the final year of her Master’s program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Marymount University. Nicole previously earned a Master of Science degree in Sociology at Illinois State University where she focused on illness and injury.

As a counselor, Nicole uses a range of therapeutic techniques and draws from many theoretical backgrounds to tailor her treatment plans and goals to best suit the client needs. Nicole spent several years living and working overseas with the foreign service and is familiar with stressors and life transitions pertaining specifically to government and military families, which she incorporates into her counselor identity. Nicole strives to create a warm, empathetic environment where behavioral patterns can be identified and explored so that change can occur. Nicole is open to working with children of all ages, families, couples, and individuals to treat issues related to anxiety, depression, communication, social skills, coping skills, relationship issues, parenting, life transitions, and self-esteem.

Nicole is a member of the American Counseling Association, Chi Sigma Iota honors society, and receives clinical supervision from a licensed Psy.D.