Joseph Nucci is currently pursuing his Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Northwestern University, where he researches the associations between stress, politics, and political media consumption. He also has a Bachelor's from Wesleyan University's College of Social Studies, which combined economics, political science, history, and philosophy. Prior to his clinical training, he worked with executive coaches and corporate trainers to help bring better mental fitness and wellness practices into the workplace. Joe has clinical interests in stress management, interpersonal issues, intrapersonal challenges, emotional regulation, anxiety, depression, identity development and integration. He operates from an eclectic approach, combining person-centered therapy, psychodynamic therapy, cognitive and behavioral therapies, mindfulness practices and neuro-cognitive approaches. He believes in maintaining an atmosphere that is comfortable for clients of all genders, sexualities, races, ethnicities, religious affiliations, spiritual practices, political orientations, or any other walks of life.
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