Nadia Solomon, BA
Nadia is a graduate student at Antioch University New England, currently enrolled in the master’s program for Couple and Family Therapy. She has been providing supervised telehealth sessions for clients of Cumberland Counseling since July of 2022. She currently accepts out-of-pocket pay only.
Nadia works collaboratively with clients and approaches therapy with the deep belief that we are all interconnected, and that the health of our relationships strongly impacts our sense of well-being. Through the creation of a safe and empathetic therapy environment, she works with clients to create more fulfilling, secure, and authentic relationships, and in helping clients develop self-awareness and self-compassion.
Nadia has a strong passion for helping couples, families, and individuals heal, and a special interest in working with intimacy issues, attachment issues, body image issues, sexual issues, emotional reactivity, trauma, couple conflict, highly sensitive individuals, adolescents, and more. She uses a variety of treatment methods, including Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Solution Focused therapy (SFT), The Gottman Method, PACT therapy, Imago therapy, attachment-based principles, common factors, motivational interviewing (MI), psychodynamic and trauma-informed approaches, polyvagal theory, mindfulness, and psychoeducation. Her goals are to help inspire growth, healing, and ultimately to empower clients to live more intentional, meaningful, and authentic lives.
Nadia is a 3rd-year master’s degree student in the Couple and Family Therapy program at Antioch University New England and has also completed Levels One and Two of the Gottman Method Couples Therapy training, as well as coach training at the Co-Active Training Institute.