Northampton Psychotherapy was created in 2013 after the dissolution of New England Mental Health, a multi-disciplinary mental health collaboration that Nick was a part of. Northampton Psychotherapy continues in the spirit of treating the whole person.
Nick Boutros, LMHC, CCMHC
Nick Boutros provides individual and group psychotherapy. His primary interest as a psychotherapist is helping people access and act from their intrinsic health. Nick’s approach is informed by humanistic psychology and cutting edge theories of mindfulness and mental health. Originally a graduate of Naropa University’s Contemplative Psychotherapy program, Nick continued his training in Chicago, IL working with individuals dealing with severe mental illness and with co-occurring problems with mental illness and substance abuse. Nick also completed a post-graduate fellowship that included extensive training in working with relationship issues, problems of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender populations and other issues. Over the years, Nick has accrued extensive experience in helping individuals and groups respond effectively to substance abuse, depression, anxiety, relationships issues, major life change, mood disorders and other issues. Nick has also trained extensively in meditation and its effects and applicability to a variety of mental health issues, hypnosis, psychodynamic psychotherapy, group therapy, self-relations therapy and mindfulness-based therapies. He received his undergraduate degree from Oberlin College. He enjoys most when people leave his office having discovered their center, access to humor, joy and spaciousness to live their lives. Nick is a Naropa-certified mindfulness instructor and a National Board Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor.