Nicole Hartle, MA, LPC
Narrative of Services:
I have worked with children, adolescents, adults, and couples with a wide array of mental health struggles for over 15 years in varying roles. I specialize in treating children and adolescents with anxiety-related disorders (i.e., OCD, GAD) utilizing a combination of evidenced-based Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and Exposure Response/Ritual Prevention (ERP). My practice will highlight this specialty and work to develop fear hierarchies, exposures, identify competing responses, assist in parent education, and others. However, my scope of practice will not be limited to CBT/ERP. I will offer general mental health services to community members of all ages.
I was awarded my undergrad degree from UW-Madison with specialty in Human Development/Family Studies and a Masters from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. I was first licensed as a clinician in Chicago, Illinois before transferring to Wisconsin. I assisted in opening the first Partial Hospitalization Program treating children with anxiety disorders at Rogers Memorial Hospital. Currently, I work as a primary therapist for Rogers Memorial Hospital-Child Adolescent Center treating adolescents with varying mental health struggles while specializing in the treatment of anxiety-related disorders.