Hollie Nash is a clinical licensed social worker with a bachelor’s in social work from Saginaw Valley State University and a master’s in social work in advanced generalist practice from Grand Valley State University.
After graduating with her undergraduate degree, Hollie moved to Grand Rapids and began working in foster care at Bethany Christian Services. During this time, Hollie was also attending graduate school full time. Upon finishing her graduate degree, she became a supervisor of foster care and later a program manager. Hollie’s clinical work began when she helped to design and implement the first treatment foster care program in West Michigan. Since then, Hollie has worked with youth and their families through Community Mental Health of Central Michigan. She also owns and operates her own private practice. Hollie is trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral therapy as well as motivational interviewing. Hollie believes strongly in the Person In Environment theory and that in order to make change we need to affect not only the person, but the environments in which they are immersed.
Hollie has worked with people of all ages and truly enjoys the diversity in which this offers her. She works hard to provide a relaxing and safe environment. Hollie believes strongly that all people deserve the time and space to heal. She has a strong passion for promoting mental wellness in the same way we promote physical wellness and can often be heard making this analogy.