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Nicholas Strouse, LCSW
Westport Family Counseling
Westport, CT


Nicholas Strouse is a licensed clinical social worker, director and founder of Westport Family Counseling. He is certified in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and specializes in the use of adaptive treatment strategies. Nicholas Strouse works with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families and practices psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, and EMDR therapy.

Nicholas Strouse, LCSW
Westport Family Counseling
250 Post Road East, Suite 106
Westport, CT
(203) 227-4555

Family Member Quotes

“Nicholas is the best therapist we have come across in the past 5 years. He is very empathetic and supportive in nature. He has a calming voice and way about him.  From the moment you step into his office, you realize he gets it.  Nicholas provides individual and family counseling in a comforting and supportive setting. He responds quickly to emails and emergencies. He also provides excellent recommendations for referrals and additional support. The staff at Westport Family Counseling are very professional and always helpful.  My son has made great progress with Nicholas.”


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  • BA, English, New York University Gallatin Division, New York, NY
  • MA, Social Work, Adelphi University, Garden City, NY


  • CT State License Number: 7234

In practice since: 2001

Payments accepted

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More About Nicholas Strouse, LCSW

Mr. Strouse has given several presentations on Trauma and the Recovery of Self, and he is currently preparing lectures on The Physics of Love, and Technology and the Adolescent Brain. He is also working on a book, The Avatar Self: The Psychology Of Living In The Digital World.

“People who come to see me have a story to tell, a story that others are not hearing. When people tell me their stories, I listen…I hear them. In turn, I can provide insight and intuition to help them look at their lives…their patterns, their choices. My role is to help my clients understand how their stories were written and what they mean. My job is to empower my clients to continue to write their story in the way they want it to be written.”

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