Nicole Legg, M.A.
We Live What We Teach
Nicole Legg, M.A.
|Age group I work with:||18 or older|
|Where I offer my services:||
In-person at the Broadway location or online
|When not at work I am:||Hiking, skiing, camping or paddling around the beautiful greater Vancouver area|
|Favourite ice cream:||
Anything with peanut butter and chocolate!
|If I wasn’t a therapist I’d be:||
Working in environmental sustainability
Please note that Wise Mind Centre is not a vendor of ICBC and WorkSafe BC. Ms. Nicole Legg does not accept ICBC or WorkSafe BC referrals.
Nicole completed her Masters in Clinical Psychology at the University of Victoria (UVic) and is currently in the third year of her PhD in the UVic Clinical Psychology program.
Nicole has supported adults struggling with various anxiety disorders, depression, disordered eating and body image concerns, trauma, grief, and cultural concerns. Nicole has training in harm reduction and the management of high risk behaviours, and her area of research focuses on identifying predictors of engagement in disordered eating, non suicidal self- injury, and suicidal ideation.
Within therapy, Nicole primarily draws from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy approaches, but provides a flexible and adaptable therapy experience that is tailored to the client’s needs, circumstances, beliefs, and identity. Nicole provides a safe, non-judgemental, and accepting space to discuss the difficult aspects of life and works in collaboration with her clients to support them in achieving their therapy goals. Nicole focuses on ensuring that you feel understood and are equipped with the tools you need so that life and challenges feel manageable.
Nicole is a practicum trainee working under the supervision of Dr. Debbie Leung at the Wise Mind Centre.
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The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change
To be beautiful means to be yourself. You don’t need to be accepted by others. You need to accept yourself
Thigh Nhat Hanh
Getting over a painful experience is much like crossing monkey bars. You have to let go at some point in order to move forward
C. S. Lewis