Joshua Nichols

IT: Story of Addiction

By Joshua Nichols / October 20, 2017

I was 10 years old when my fear of clowns began. Many people of my generation (I’m 37…and climbing) know exactly what I’m talking about! That’s right, approximately 27 years…

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My Spouse Cheated!! Is it INFIDELITY or SEX ADDICTION?

By Joshua Nichols / September 1, 2017

Cheating is CHEATING and pain is PAIN. Whether it’s a single act of infidelity or some manifestation of sex addiction, BETRAYAL HURTS! If you are the wounded spouse then most…

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What is an INTENSIVE? Is it right for ME?

By Joshua Nichols / August 3, 2017

Written by: Carrie Kyger, LMFT, CSAT-C and Joshua Nichols, LMFT, CSAT When you think of “counseling,” what comes to mind?  Do you imagine an older man with a white beard…

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Addiction, Trauma, & The Godfather

By Joshua Nichols / January 12, 2017

I’m not a professional movie critic or anything, but I don’t think you have to be one to discover good cinema.  The 1972 film entitled The Godfather seems to be…

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The MAGIC of Group Therapy

By Joshua Nichols / September 8, 2016

Many of us who hear the words “group” and “therapy” in the same sentence find ourselves almost immediately checking out. “Telling my problems to a complete stranger (your therapist) is…

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FSC Celebrates National Play Therapy Week

By Joshua Nichols / February 8, 2016

This week (beginning February 8, 2016) is National Play Therapy Week.  You may or may not be aware of just how helpful play therapy can be for children and families…

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6 Lessons Learned from Buddy the Elf

By Joshua Nichols / December 20, 2015

If you are like me, during this time of year, you like to watch all your favorite holiday movies. Maybe you like the classics, such as, It’s a Wonderful Life…

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The Tsunami of Sex Addiction

By Joshua Nichols / October 6, 2015

Now 15 years into the 21st century, we have seen amazing advancements in technology. We have gotten rid of our landlines and traded them in for smart phones. Many families…

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DIY? Not a Good Approach for Sex Addiction Recovery

By Joshua Nichols / June 25, 2014

No one should go through recovery ALONE! It is in our nature to want to be independent and establish ourselves as an individual with a mind of our own. From…

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FSC Therapist Discusses Trauma After Tornado

By Joshua Nichols / August 21, 2013

Family Solutions Counseling therapist Josh Nichols discusses trauma as students return to Briarwood and Plaza Towers elementaries in Moore, OK after the May tornados. To watch the video, click the…

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