Nichole M. Cobb, MSSA, LISW-S, OCPC

Years in Experience: 20+ years
  • Schools: B.A. in Sociology from Case Western Reserve University, and a M.S.S.A. from the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences.
  • Year Graduated: 1995
  • Licenses and Certifications: Licensed Independent Social Worker with Supervision Designation, Ohio Certified Prevention Consultant, Facilitator for Prepare/Enrich (Building strong marriages, families, and relationships).

Nichole Cobb's professional experience includes working with individuals and families across the lifespan, from high-risk pre-mature infants and their families to centenarian hospice patients. This experience includes providing counseling, support and prevention services to individuals, families and groups coping with anxiety, adjustment issues, depression, developmental delays and disabilities, chronic and terminal illness, cognitive, mood, personality, psychotic, and substance use disorders, as well as death and dying and grief and loss counseling with hospice patients and their caregivers.

Her consulting strengths include her skills in developing, organizing, implementing and evaluating social programs. In addition she is skilled in mapping organizational processes, training and developing training materials, and defining quality improvement measures.  

Her academic appointments include serving as an adjunct faculty member at the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Kent State University’s Geauga Campus in the Department of Sociology, as well as an adjunct Sociology instructor at ITT Technical Institute in Warrensville Heights, Ohio. She has also served as a child abuse prevention instructor with the American Red Cross Greater Cleveland Chapter. In addition, she has also served on the Advisory Committee for the Training Institute of the Alcohol Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board of Cuyahoga County.

Nichole has been trained in the following theoretical orientations: cognitive behavioral therapy, family systems therapy, motivational interviewing, and rational emotive behavioral therapy.