Nick Law, Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) #12001
Populations Served: Adults (16+)
Services: Individual & Couples Counselling
Therapies Practiced: Person Centered, CBT, Gottman Method, Internal Family Systems
Focus: Anxiety, Negative Thoughts, Rumination, Depression, ADHD, Couples & Marriage, Relationships, Grief & Loss
Insurance Info: Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) #12001
Contact Nick by phone or email to set up a free 15 minute consultation phone call.
Phone: 1-800-828-9484 (ext. 129)
About Nick Law
Nick Law is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) #12001 and member of the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Guelph, Social Service Worker diploma at Humber College, and completed his Master’s Degree in Clinical Counselling. Nick fullfilled his counselling internship at MyLife under the supervision of our Clinical Director Mark Nixon, RP #2331. Nick had such outstanding results with individuals and couples that we insisted he join our team as a full time therapist!
Nick’s current focus is providing support to both individuals and couples struggling with anxiety, depression, stress, and relationship conflict. Clients would describe Nick’s approach as calming, grounded and focused. He is not only an extremely attentive listener but also skilled at helping his clients identify and leverage their strengths. Nick’s training and experience with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy helps clients develop healthier mindsets and learn the practical skills to improve their mood going forward in their lives. He also appreciates what it’s like being a client thanks to the personal work he’s done on communication, relationships, and developing healthy boundaries.
Nick also loves helping couples at all stages of their relationships. His ongoing training in Gottman Method Couples Counselling helps him guide couples how to communicate more effectively, problem solve as a team, and improve their friendship and intimacy. He believes couples can rebuild trust and connection by directly working through past hurts and betrayal.
Nick’s past experience at community agencies includes having helped youth struggling with homelessness, employment, addictions, and the law through a combination of emotional support, life skills, and fostering positive connections in the community. Nick has also worked closely with parents helping them develop healthier attachments and parenting skills through the Circles of Security program. During his time supporting youth and families, he’s come to understand the impact past trauma can have on relationships of all kinds – especially when it comes to attachment between parents and children.
Outside of the office, Nick enjoys backcountry camping with his wife and three children, creating art and music, and connecting with the Guelph community.