Nicole Gibson is a licensed professional counselor in the State of Pennsylvania. She completed her undergraduate work at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown and earned a Master of Science in Education degree from Duquesne University. Through Cleveland Center for Cognitive Therapy’s 10-month intensive training program, Nicole became certified in Cognitive Therapy. As a result of this training, she gained experience with applying evidenced-based practices with depression, stress, adjustment disorders, panic disorder, specific phobia (e.g., vomiting, elevators, airplanes), agoraphobia, obsessive compulsive disorder, and generalized anxiety disorder. As part of her approach in treating anxiety disorders, she will incorporate exposure and response prevention, as a way of addressing the fear structures (thoughts, feelings, behaviors) that maintain these symptoms. In 2020, Nicole became certified in exposure and response prevention treatment. In the change process, Nicole values the importance and role of the therapeutic relationship while also integrating evidence-based interventions. She provides in person, and telebehavioral health services to those 18 and older. Certified in telebehavioral health through Telebehavioral Health Institute, Inc., Nicole offers this service based on patient appropriateness and their insurance and license eligibility.