Nicole Neace holds a Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Sciences from Oklahoma Wesleyan University. Her passion for helping people has only grown as she’s gained extensive experience throughout the years, working in the humanitarian, non-profit, and wellness industries both here in the US and overseas, including her work in West and South Africa, Thailand, Burma, and Laos. She has several years experience working with at-risk youth, special needs adults, and individuals seeking spiritual growth. She has functioned in administrative and logistical roles in healthcare and education.
In her spare time, Nicole has also pursued certifications in both group exercise and personal training, and is currently a certified personal trainer and group fitness instructor. As if that wasn’t enough, she is currently pursuing a Master of Education in School Counseling at the University of Missouri–St. Louis (UMSL), ranked second in the nation of all counselor education programs.
Nicole functions in the role of Client Liaison for Change, Inc., meaning it’s her job to make sure our valued clients have a smooth ride, and to tackle the logistical, financial, and administrative tasks that undergird our therapeutic approach. You can contact Nicole directly with questions about these matters at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“I love helping people! I really do. I’ve had the pleasure of interacting with all kinds of people from all walks of life. Experiencing the world through their eyes and learning what makes them tick helps me better understand us as human beings. I believe that without those experiences, those chances to learn, I would not be living my life to the fullest. So if we interact in a phone call or email, if I run into you at the store or I get the chance to sit down with you one on one, I want to be available. I want people to get help in the ways they need it and at the times they need it, whether it’s physical, emotional or spiritual. These are all key components to healthy, full life.”
A Favorite Quote from Nelson Mandela:
“For to be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.”
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