Nicholas Landry, LMHC

Nicholas Landry, LMHC

Nicholas Landry is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with expertise in addiction, anxiety, depression and trauma at Caring Therapists of Palm Beach. With over a decade of experience, Nicholas has successfully helped clients work through issues of grief and loss, as well working with those in need of developing healthy skills to manage symptoms of depression/anxiety. He specializes in several evidenced based treatments including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-Informed Care and Motivational Interviewing.

Nicholas Landry received his Master’s Degree from Albizu University & is a compassionate therapist who works best with clients who are looking to create change within their lives. Nicholas helps his clients to learn the underlying triggers to their substance usage, guiding them in creating a comprehensive plan to cope in a healthier & more adaptive manner. He has training in the areas of Sex Offender Specific Treatment, Victims of Domestic Violence, Batterer’s Intervention Program, Substance Abuse/Mental Health Evaluations, Trauma Resolution and Addiction. Recently Nicholas completed training to assist First Responders/ military personnel with mental health and substance abuse related issues.


PTSD, depression and addiction


Batterers intervention, first responders clinical training, and aggression replacement training.

Insurances Accepted:

Aetna, Cigna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Healthcare

Contact: | 561-223-1066

5400 S University Drive, Suite 308
Davie, FL, 33328

420 S State Road 7 #108
Wellington, Florida 33414
(954) 378-5381

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