College Students during Covid

Getting Through College Under Covid

A Therapeutic Skills Group for College Students Dealing with Feelings of Stress/Anxiety/Depression

Is your college student struggling right now? The pandemic has changed the college experience. Many students are feeling stressed, anxious and depressed and are having a hard time trying to cope.

This group is facilitated by a licensed professional mental health practitioner who will help students to develop coping skills, stress management techniques and healthy ways to deal with their feelings to help them make it through this challenging time. The group provides a safe, supportive and confidential space.

*This group is not affiliated with any particular college meaning students will have greater privacy to process these feelings away from their own classmates or peers. 

Wednesdays 1:00-1:45pm
March 17th – May 12th (8 weeks)
Virtually via Google Meet
Fee: $320 ($40 per session)

How to join: Contact Kailin Nichols, LSW
Email: / Phone: 908-912-4599
Kaitlin Nichols, LSW provides individual counseling for adolescents and adults at Insight Psychological Group in Westfield, NJ

*The group will run for 8 weeks, skipping March 31st. The group has a limited number of spaces so your payment will reserve a place in the group. The full fee is due at the time of joining which will reserve a spot in the group.

Email Group Leader
Kaitlin Nichols, LSW

Kaitlin Nichols, LSW

Group Leader

Kaitlin Nichols is a Licensed Social Worker who received her Master’s degree from The Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College and her Bachelor’s. Focusing on adults and adolescents, her areas of experience and expertise include anxiety, depression, grief/loss, adjustment related issues, trauma, work/life issues, financial stress, relationship issues, goal setting, and general dissatisfaction or unhappiness in life. Ms. Nichols also works as an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) counselor, assisting individuals to manage work/life stress using Solution-Focused Therapy, and provides crisis management, grief counseling, and workforce reduction counseling services to organizations. She holds certifications in CBT, clinical anxiety treatment, trauma treatment and telementalhealth and utilizes mindfulness techniques in her work. She tailors her treatment to each individual according to their goals and needs and is a culturally responsive therapist who operates from an anti-oppressive lens. She is a current NASW NJ member.