Nicole Stackpole
MA, R-DMT, LPC-Intern

I believe in treating the entire individual- body, spirit and mind, by using techniques such as art, music, movement, and play. My focus is to promote wellness and provide both support and practical feedback so we can address personal life challenges together. My client-centered approach to therapy allows us to work together toward accomplishing your personal goals, whatever those may look like for you.

I completely believe that every one one of my clients has the ability to grow and heal. My goal is to create a space for you to be your true self during this transformation. All of your life experiences, feelings, thoughts and concerns are welcome during our time together. Knowing that everyone is unique in their own way, I utilize a highly personalized technique tailored to each individual. I will meet you wherever you are in your current mental, cognitive and physical state so we can progress together on your journey. I encourage you to bring your interests and talents to our sessions, making our work collaborative.

I earned my BA in Communication Studies and Psychology from Bridgewater State University in Bridgewater, MA. Following my graduation, I went straight to graduate school at Antioch University of New England in Keene, NH and pursued my MA of Fine Arts in both Counseling and Dance/Movement Therapy. I am dual licensed as a Registered- Dance/Movement Therapist (R-DMT) and as a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern (LPC-Intern) under the supervision of Tammy Fisher, LPC-S.  When I'm not busy taking my two boxers down to the green belt, I enjoy cooking for family and friends, learning new DIY craft/house projects, and traveling around the globe.


  • Anxiety
  • Life Transitions
  • Older adults with memory loss
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • ADHD


Are you ready to create the life you want for yourself or your child? Do you find yourself wondering what your next steps in life are? If you find yourself unhappy with your current situation, it's never too late to reach out for help. Let's find a time to talk and begin to move through these emotional difficulties together.