Lindsey Nichols

Associate Professor of Counseling


Associate Professor Lindsey NicholsContact

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Phone: 307.766.5716
Office: 336 Education Building


  • Ph.D., Counselor Education & Supervision, The Pennsylvania State University
  • M.Ed., School Counseling, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • M.A., Secondary Education, University of Connecticut
  • B.S., History, University of Connecticut

Research Interests

Dr. Nichols researches a wide range of topics related to cultural approaches to wellness primarily focused on rural school mental health including school counseling and educator engagement. She is committed to community-based participatory research with a particular interest in collaborating with American Indian nations and reservation communities.


  • Doctoral Seminar III: Research, Assessment, and Scholarship 
  • Doctoral Seminar I: Professional Identity & Ethics 
  • Doctoral Practicum & Internship 
  • Supervised Internship 
  • School Counseling Strategies 
  • School Counseling II


  • American Counseling Association 
    • Wyoming Counseling Association 
  • American School Counseling Association 
    • Wyoming School Counseling Association 
  • Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (& Rocky Mountain Region) 
  • Montana Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, #10216  
    • Approved Supervisor 
  • Montana Licensed School Counselor, Class 6, Level 3, #101892 
  • National Career Development Association 
  • National Certified Counselor 

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