Dr. Nicole Hipp, PhD
Academic and Executive Functioning Coach
While obtaining her degree in integrative neuroscience from SUNY Binghamton in New York, Dr. Hipp provided in home rehabilitation and treatment with individuals with autism and developmental disabilities. There she found a passion for helping people improve their lives and achieve their goals, and decided pursued a graduate degree in clinical psychology from La Salle University in Philadelphia. While at La Salle University, she completed training in neuropsychological assessment of traumatic brain injury and learning disabilities like ADHD and dyslexia.
Dr. Hipp has extensive experience treating and assisting those with traumatic head injuries and concussions, as well as college-aged students who struggle with mood disorders and PTSD. Before moving to Colorado, Dr. Hipp completed her clinical internship working with Veterans at the Syracuse VA in Upstate NY, with a specialization in rehabilitation psychology.
She completed her doctorate in January of 2016 and since then has been received extensive training in cognitive rehabilitation, CBT, DBT and self-compassion treatment. She also has special insight into the needs of students, having taught at the college level. Dr. Hipp has a deep understanding of how people learn, what barriers may be present in students trying to reach their academic goals, and the compensatory strategies that help students overcome these barriers.
Last August, Dr. Hipp moved to Denver with her husband and family of pets. Besides Psychology, she loves skiing, fishing, spending time in the outdoors, video games, and creating things from scratch.