Associate Therapist

Cole Hooley, MSEd

Individual, Couples, and Relationship Therapy

Nicole (Cole) Lynne Hooley (she/her/they) is a dedicated advocate for neurodiversity and lifestyle affirmation, who draws from her own experience with ADHD to help clients cultivate an honest and strength-based approach to holistic mental health.

Cole provides therapy for clients learning to unmask, self-regulate, and fully embrace their authentic selves, in addition to offering lifestyle-affirming support for couples seeking guidance. She has been helping clients foster deeper connections between mind, body, and nature for over a decade, through various roles of yin/vinyasa yoga teacher, reiki master, healing circle facilitator, and retreat host. Cole is passionate about integrations of psychotherapy with nature (Ecotherapy), and volunteers with high school students to increase accessibility of nature trails throughout the Philadelphia area. Clients describe her one-on-one sessions as “an hour of unconditional love,” highlighting her compassionate and nurturing approach to holistic well-being. In her free time, Cole enjoys activities like backpacking, roller skating, yoga, attending live music events, and spending quality time with loved ones. 

Cole is currently accepting clients in Pennsylvania for online therapy under the supervision of Jenn Sevier, LPC, LCPC



Bipolar & Depression
Complex Trauma and PTSD
Pregnancy, Prenatal, Postpartum
Borderline Personality (BPD)
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
Couples & Relationships


My therapeutic approach is person-centered, trauma-informed, and existential, incorporating elements of IFS parts work, CBT, and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction.


Master’s Degree in School & Mental Health Counseling from the University of Pennsylvania


Individual Therapy (50 mins): $150/session
Couples Therapy (50 mins): $175/session

She is also actively involved in creating cultural and systemic change via mental health initiatives, including collaboration with Philadelphia-area school districts to enhance support for staff and students in her role as Youth Consortium Director and Liaison for PennGSE’s Project for Mental Health and Optimal Development.
Mon-Thurs: 9am - 5pm EST
Secure Text & Call
(717) 819-9500
Preferred Communication
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