Women's Mental Health Relationship Trauma Divorce Counseling
Are you feeling shut down or numb in an unhealthy relationship?
Do you feel like you're walking on eggshells in a relationship you care about?
Are you thinking about divorce, in the middle of it, or still recovering from its effects?
Have you tried everything you can to make a relationship work but nothing is helping?
I am Nicole Herway, and yes my actual last name is Herway. That's how we work at Herway Counseling:
I am a psychotherapist in the Salt Lake City, Utah area that specializes in working with women's mental health, relationship trauma, and divorce counseling. I offer individual therapy and group services. I am passionate about helping people build happy, fulfilling relationships.
In addition to my therapy practice, I am a clinical supervisor, writer, and public speaker. I am a domestic violence advocate and divorced mother of two.
"Nicole helped me figure out how to talk to my children about the divorce, both when it was happening and afterwards when they still had questions. I had no idea how to tell my kids the truth without telling them too much, and she helped me find the words. I've been able to have compassion towards myself and have created a healthy relationship with my now-co-parent."
-- Alexis R.
"I had a complicated relationship with my parents as an adult child. It seemed we were always just silent about issues and never talked about them, but we were resenting each other silently. It was so painful and made me not want to be around them, but I still wanted some type of relationship with them because family mattered to me. Nicole helped me work through my attachment rupture with my parents, and now we have a more communicative and healthy relationship. It's not perfect, but we have the skills we need now."
-- Keri L.
"I thought I was just in a marriage with someone who was grumpy and that I was the problem, but working with Nicole was so empowering for me. I made huge changes and feel so much relief. I'm confident now and excited for my future."
-- Rachel T.