Malcolm Nimick is a third year Clinical Mental Health Counseling masters student at The George Washington University. Malcolm received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Secondary Education from the University of Richmond. During his undergraduate work, Malcolm pursued neuroscience research on memory and recognition, worked in several residential psychiatric facilities, and completed a teaching internship in both middle school and high school classrooms.
Malcolm has a passion for helping young people overcome roadblocks they encounter in their psychological development. Prior to pursuing his master's degree, Malcolm spent several years working as a Teacher's Assistant at an elementary school devoted to serving children who have experienced trauma and experienced difficulties in learning and emotional regulation. Malcolm has received training in Child-Centered Play Therapy, Sand Tray Therapy, Life Space Crisis Intervention, and Darkness to Light Child Sexual Abuse Prevention.