Nia Jones, LCPC
Therapist, LCPC: LC13927, Onboarding Lead Therapist
Accepting New Clients
Nia views therapeutic work from a holistic and humanistic lens. Attuning to identity, culture, beliefs, and systems, she invites the whole person in. Nia believes that therapy is most beneficial when collaboration is a part of it. Nia approaches the work in a grounded way, without judgment or shame. She facilitates exploration, discernment, unlearning and redefining, ultimately releasing what no longer serves. She utilizes the wisdom of Polyvagal Theory, Internal Family Systems and Acceptance Commitment Therapy for a combination of trauma-conscious, nervous system-informed, and values-aligned work with folks. Nia treasures the work in getting to the bottom of the sticky, drawing clients closer to what really matters in their lives, and feeling grounded. Clients have described Nia as authentic, down-to-earth, kind, respectful, and communicative.
Current clients: File your out-of network claims with Reimbursify
Insurance & Rates:
55-minute intake session: $190
55-minute psychotherapy session: $165
Nia is an out-of-network provider. You may be able to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement using Nia's account with Reimbursify.
You and NIA may work well together if you...
You’re feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, disconnected, or lost
You are an anxious or highly sensitive person
You’ve arrived at a new, difficult door in your life
You’ve lost or are losing someone or something
You have some things you want to unlearn, don’t know how or where to start, and could benefit from pacing and safety attunement
You are looking to improve your relationships with yourself and with others
Nia's Experience & Background
Nia earned a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Towson University. Her experience includes studying in different countries, working in various mental health settings and nonprofit organizations, and working with neurodiverse children and adults. She is involved in research surrounding the influence and role of gendered-racial ethnic socialization in Black women's lives. Nia is also a dancer and dance instructor who finds trauma-conscious inclusion of connection to the body as a powerful tool.