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Nicole Hayes

Ph.D. Licensed Clinical Psychologist

I'm Dr. Nicole Hayes, a licensed clinical psychologist in California (PSY31984).  My practice is based on helping people thrive and live their best lives using evidence-based practices and treatments to inspire change and growth.  I believe in meeting people where they are, and at the same time giving them the tiny push they need to reach their goals. I also believe in the importance of multicultural considerations and welcome everyone to my practice, no matter their background. 

About Me

Nicole Hayes, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist (#31984) in Los Angeles.  She specializes in helping people live more present and successful lives and heal from depression, anxiety, body image concerns, self-esteem issues and much more. She also has extensive experience working with adolescents and young adults as they navigate transition periods in life.

Dr. Hayes has an strong background in the treatment of eating disorders and has worked in several partial hospitalization and outpatient programs. 

Nicole is a Los Angeles native who also spent some of her childhood years in England.  Outside of work she loves to cook, travel, try new restaurants, hike, and read.

 
Education and Background

Nicole received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Northwestern University in Chicago. She received her bachelor's degrees in Psychology and Human Development from the University of California, San Diego.

She completed training at the University of Illinois at Chicago, University of Chicago, Eating Recovery Center, UC San Diego, and UCLA.  Nicole is also currently employed as a staff psychologist at UCLA.

 
 

Getting Started

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Contact me below using the form to set up a session or find out more.

For media or training inquiries, please email info@nicolehayesphd.com

Serving Santa Monica, West Los Angeles, and all of California via telehealth

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