Nina Giglio, MA, LPCC
Therapist & Counselor
Nina is a down-to-earth, heart-centered therapist with a keen ability to see and be with clients where they can feel at home with themselves. Nina earned her master’s degree in Mindfulness-based Transpersonal Counseling from Naropa University. At the Colorado Women’s Center, Nina creates a nonjudgmental space for clients, allowing a foundation for them to meet their truth with honesty and self-compassion. Coming from a trauma-informed background, she has developed an ability to hold resistance with both patience and skilled confrontation so clients can meet their experience with respect to their own pace. Nina works with women of all ages and backgrounds, hoping to guide them toward becoming more of who they really are and aspire to be.
Practicing through a non-hierarchical lens, Nina works toward what a client’s “best is today” rather than with an emphasis toward “better”. Her goal with clients is navigating a healthy balance between doing and being. Her style of therapy is here-and-now centered, informed by mindfulness-based, Gestalt, multicultural, transpersonal, existential, and Internal Family Systems therapies to guide clients in working through what prevents them from actualizing their potential. Be it anxiety, depression, trauma, self-esteem issues, relationship/family challenges, self-criticism, and other related blocks against personal freedom, she will provide an open-hearted space to walk along your path with you as the lead character of your story.
Outside of counseling, Nina is passionate about travel and outdoor adventures, health, exercise, animals and nature, books, food, art, and quality time with friends and family.