Nikki J. Stypa, Psy.D.
Education and Clinical Training:
B.S. Psychology at Grand Valley State University (2003)
MA., Psychology – School Psychology at Sam Houston State University (2006)
M.S., Clinical Psychology at Florida Institute of Technology (2010)
Psy.D. Clinical Psychology at Florida Institute of Technology (2013)
Doctoral Psychology Internship at University of Idaho – Counseling and Testing Services
Areas of Interest:
Theoretical Orientation: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy (IPT), Integrated (family systems, multicultural feminist, EFT)
Clinical Interests: Neurodiversity, neurodevelopmental disorders, identity development, adjustment to change in ability status, academic success and retention, trauma recovery, family and relational difficulties, psychodiagnostic assessment, Therapeutic Assessment, collaborative assessment, supervision and training. Consultation and forensic assessment.
Personal Interests: Outdoor recreation: – fishing, hiking, stand-up paddle boarding, camping, gardening, snowshoeing, foraging. Sewing, community engagement (non-profit/fundraising involvement), and spending time with family and friends.