Nicole Langman, M.A., LPC


Nicole is a licensed professional counselor through the Department of Health in Texas.  She is a Montana native who recently relocated to the Houston area to join the Kimberly Boyd Counseling Center.  She graduated with a Master of Arts in Community Counseling from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington in 2009.  She obtained a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Montana State University.  Nicole has approximately nine years of counseling experience working with adults, adolescents, young children, couples, and families.  She has practiced various modalities including equine therapy, play therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focused, dialectical behavior therapy, and vocational counseling.

She has worked as a counselor in youth group home, residential treatment facilities, and served as a researcher for Corpus Christi in measuring effective youth treatment programs to rehabilitate youth in the legal system.  She has provided group, individual, and family therapies during her time working with youth in outpatient and inpatient services.  She counseled youth in the school system, K-12th grade in a school counseling program referred to as Comprehensive School and Community Treatment in the state of Montana.  She provided psychological diagnosis, family therapies, and parenting education.

Nicole lived in Oregon where she was a mental health therapist for an adult outpatient co-occurring program.  She worked with individuals who met diagnosis of PTSD, depression, anxiety, other mood disorders, learning disorders, and ADHD.  She provided both mental health therapies as well as support to clients with ongoing chemical dependency issues.  She has counseled adults in medication assisted treatment or opiate outpatient care.  She has experience with coordinating care with other medical providers and helping individuals to achieve stability in their lives.

She has lived in both Wyoming and Washington in which she provided services to the general public as a vocational rehabilitation counselor.  Nicole assisted in having individuals complete psychological assessments along with other vocational tools in effort to explore the person’s strengths and capabilities in finding a new role in the workforce after injury or becoming disabled.

Nicole taught English as a second language while living abroad in Hungary.  She enjoys learning about new cultures and travel.  She likes spending time with family, kayaking, and horseback riding.  Nicole hopes to pursue EAGALA certification (an equine assisted therapy) to assist veterans battling PTSD.