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Nic Dahlberg

Nic Dahlberg, LPC

College of Natural Sciences

Master of Arts in Professional Counseling (MA), Texas State University
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Texas

Meet your counselor

Below is a video that will provide you with a chance to hear more about the CARE program from your college CARE counselor.

Nic Dahlberg (pronouns: he/him) is a Counselor in the Counselors in Academic Residence (CARE) Program, a program that provides mental health services in academic offices to facilitate students' academic and life goals. He provides clinical services students in the College of Natural Sciences and is also available to provide prevention and outreach and consultation services to CNS faculty and staff. He is passionate about working within CNS and has an interest for working with the college’s motivated and analytical students.

Areas of professional interest include trauma, overcoming mental health challenges, identity exploration, multiculturalism, and living a meaningful life. Nic works from a client-centered model that incudes interventions and framework from CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) and ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) with a strong emphasis on identity exploration, finding meaning, and accepting difficult emotions. He enjoys working with young adults in order to help them shape their lives to find purpose and meaning that is fulfilling and affirming.

CARE Clinical Services

  • Students are primarily referred by CNS staff or faculty member. Students interested in learning more about resources to support their mental health can contact Nic directly.
  • Nic will assess student needs and offer appropriate services (e.g. short-term counseling, resources and referrals, crisis intervention, and groups)

Trainings and Workshops

  • Offered to students and staff
  • Topics vary (e.g. stress management, test anxiety, assisting student in distress, perfectionism, procrastination)

Consultation

  • Available to consult one-on-one and in meetings/groups. Please contact Nic for more information.

College of Natural Sciences

William C Hogg Building (WCH) 2.214
512-471-7162
Please leave a message.
Office Hours: Tuesday through Friday 1-2pm

For more information about mental health services on campus: cmhc.utexas.edu



CARE Staff

Nic Dahlberg, LPC
College of Natural Sciences

Laura Dupuis, LCSW
CMHC Assistant Director for CARE
Steve Hicks School of Social work

Toby Leblanc, LPC-S
McCombs School of Business
Jackson School of Geosciences

Cassandra Moreno, LPC
College of Liberal Arts

Andrea Ortega, LCSW-S
College of Natural Sciences

Gretchen Rees, LCSW-S
School of Nursing
Dell Medical School
College of Pharmacy

Laura Sandoval-Sweeney, LCSW
College of Liberal Arts

Abby Simpson, LCSW
School of Architecture
Moody College of Communication

Maria Timm, PhD
College of Fine Arts
School of Law

Jeni Wade, LCSW
Currently on leave. For assistance contact Laura Dupuis.
Cockrell College of Engineering

Danie White, LPC, LMFT
Currently on leave. For assistance contact Laura Dupuis.
School of Undergraduate Studies
College of Education
University Housing and Dining


For more information about the CARE Program contact:
Laura Dupuis, LCSW (512) 475-6914

CARE main page






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