Nicole Evry, MSW, LCSW

Nicole Evry MSW, LCSW

Licensing & Certifications:

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • Intensive Psychoanalysis at William Alanson White
  • Relational Approach to Couples at Ackerman Institute
  • Blanton Peale Institute Psychodynamic Approach
  • Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society Group Therapy
  • Buddha’s Brain: Neuroscience of Wellness
  • Child Abuse & Neglect Training
  • Undoing Racism and Community Organizing Certified
  • Women Leaders in Social Welfare Conference
  • Mental Health First Aid Certified
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • ASIST Suicide Prevention and First Aid Certified
  • Problem Gambling Treatment & Prevention Certified
  • Addiction Relapse Prevention Training
  • Reiki Level 1

Professional Background

Nicole Evry is a Psychotherapist practicing in New York City. Nicole received her Master’s in Social Work from NYU in 2012 and has been practicing ever since. In 2016 Nicole launched her own practice, which now has employees. Her specialty is working with young women struggling with Eating Disorders and Body Image issues. Using an integrative approach with a combination of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Nicole helps clients find recovery from disordered eating, or as she puts it, “navigate their newfound relationship with food.”

Professional Affiliations:

Clinician’s Collective
National Association of Social Workers (NASW)


M.S.W., Masters in Social Work, New York University
B.A., Sociology and English with a focus in African-American Studies and Creative Writing, George Washington University

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Areas of Focus

Nicole Evry, MSW, LCSW, is a dedicated psychotherapist in NYC, specializing in eating disorders and body image issues. With a holistic approach, she empowers clients through cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic therapy for lasting recovery.

Nicole Evry utilizes a number of therapeutic approaches, including:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Relational therapy
  • Psychodynamic Psychoanalysis
  • Issues with Body Image, Disordered Eating, LGBTQIA, Women’s Issues
  • Individual therapy for relationship issues, depression and anxiety

Relational Therapy: How It Works & What to Expect

Relational Therapy: How It Works & What to Expect

Relational therapy (RT) focuses on the relationship between the therapist and the client to work through psychological and behavioral issues. Mental health professionals who practice relational therapy view relationships as central to psychological health and use the therapeutic relationship to help facilitate awareness, growth, and positive change.

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Diabulimia: Signs, Symptoms, & Treatments

Diabulimia occurs when people with type 1 diabetes manipulate their use of insulin in the interest of losing weight or out of fear of gaining weight. This dangerous maneuver would be characterized as an “eating disorder not otherwise specified” in the DSM-5.

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Bulimia Nervosa Treatment

Bulimia Nervosa Treatment: Therapy, Medications, & Support

Bulimia treatments may include behavioral therapy, nutrition consultations, lifestyle changes, medication, or inpatient rehabilitation.

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Binge Eating Disorder Signs, Symptoms, & Treatments

Binge Eating Disorder: Signs, Symptoms, & Treatments

Binge eating disorder is characterized by excessive food intake compared to what another person would normally eat along with associated factors such as eating to the point of physical discomfort, eating more rapidly than normal, eating when not physically hungry, eating alone, experiencing distress, guilt or lack of control over the episode.

September 9, 2020