Nick Zielke is a Limited Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Gender Specialist. He completed his undergraduate studies at Oakland University and his graduate studies at Michigan State University. He is a member of Phi Alpha Honors Society and National Association of Social Workers (NASW). He specializes in working with individuals and their loved ones who seek support in navigating the challenges presented by Gender, Transgender, Intersex, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Asexual identity. Nick also works with clients dealing with Bullying and Oppression, Depression, Anxiety, and Suicidal Ideation. Using a combination of Strengths-Based Perspective and Mindfulness Based Approach during Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) Nick has helped many individuals & families heal, overcome life’s challenges and lead happier lives. Nick is in the process of becoming a certified transgender therapist through the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH.org). WPATH is the standard of care for transgender medical and mental healthcare.
My husband and I, basically, just shared a house together as roommates with little to no communication. Counseling at CRSH enabled us to reconnect with each other. We both are much happier.
I felt so alone, even in a room full of people. My therapist at CRSH helped me to understand my feelings, how to overcome the sadness and live a more fulfilled life.
Physical intimacy and desire seemed to be gone from the relationship with my partner. We were embarrassed to talk about this with anyone until we found our therapist at CRSH. What a difference this has made in our lives and relationship.
I have learned how to communicate in a healthier manner in my personal and professional life. The change in me and my relationship with others is profound.
Our marriage, our lives, our happiness have been positively impacted by the counseling we received at CRSH.
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