Meet Your Counselor

Nikki cropNikki Pinkley, MS, LPC

Nikki Pinkley is a Licensed Professional Counselor who obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from College of the Ozarks and her Master’s of Science Degree in Counseling Psychology from Evangel University and has completed doctoral level coursework in counseling at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminaries in Kansas City, MO.

She specializes in individual, couple, and family counseling with adolescents and adults. Nikki has experience and training in parenting and child-rearing matters including treatment of various psychological disorders and children of divorced parents. Nikki sees clients in the Branson, Missouri area.

Nikki’s supervision work for licensure was under Dr. Jared Pingleton, Vice President, American Association of Christian Counselors, Author of “Making Magnificent Marriages”. She is a Prepare-Enrich Facilitator for pre-marital couples and couple counseling.

Her experience in counseling psychology includes being a counseling intern at a residential facility for troubled adolescents, working at a crisis pregnancy center, being a graduate assistant for Evangel University’s Psychology Program, and counseling in private practice with a variety of clients for over ten years.

Nikki currently serves on the board of directors for the Child Abuse Prevention and Elimination Foundation, Inc. Additionally, Nikki is thrilled to be a part of the Focus on the Family Marriage Institute team at Hope Focused as a co-therapist providing marriage intensives to couples who seek the full potential of their relationships.

A couple of Nikki Pinkley’s hobbies are running and Crossfit. She has completed two full-marathons. Nikki resides in the Branson area with her husband and children. The family added a new addition with a baby boy born in the Spring of 2017! They enjoy spending time together reading, cooking, running, and hiking as a family!

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