resilient mind transparent background

Nick Coe, MSW, LCSW



Trauma | Depression | Anxiety | Schizoprhenia| Grief & Loss | Bipolar disorder
Nick Coe - Resilient Mind Counseling in Asheville, NC

“Healing doesn’t mean the damage never existed. It means the damage no longer controls our lives.”

Get in touch with Nick Coe, MSW, LCSW

Accepted Insurance Providers: BCBS, Medcost, AETNA, United Healthcare

Rates / Fees:
$175 Initial Intake Appointment
$150 60-Minute Session
Limited $100 – $150 Sliding Scale Sessions


I provide mental health counseling and therapy for athletes and high performers to help with:

  • Trauma
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Schizophrenia
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Grief & Loss

My Approach & Philosophy

After being fully exposed to many of the hardships of life and finding myself responding to them in ways that were unhealthy for me I chose a path of mental health and spiritual enrichment. In the past, I have experienced my own issues with substance abuse and debilitating depression. I have experienced the intensity of the loss of someone you love. These experiences have been formative and a part of myself that I would not leave behind. Rather, they are powerful lessons that have helped to create a stronger and more capable version of me.

Let’s work together to get to see you in all aspects of yourself and then how you want to grow as a person.  My therapeutic approach seeks to be collaborative. I view life as transformative and therapy as a guide to help that process along in a meaningful way. I hope to help support you to feel grounded amid times that might be chaotic and feel out of control. I work in a place of non-judgment. I view each person that I work with as an individual. As such, you have a unique biological makeup. Unique sexuality. Spirituality. History. Environment. Culture. Difficulties and passions. I have received training in a multitude of practices and apply them based on our therapeutic relationship and your own individual needs.

Some of my experience: I have supported people extensively who may have experienced traumatic events both in childhood and adulthood. I have worked with individuals who have the experience of hearing voices or seeing or feeling things that other people do not see. I have worked with people who are dying and their families as well as providing support to loved ones in their grief process afterward.  I have worked with people who might have trouble getting out of bed or feel like dying. I have worked with people who struggle going out of the house or being around people. I have experience working with people who have had addiction struggles with substance use. I have supported people with a wide range of diversity be it sex, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, race, or socioeconomic status.

Reaching out for mental health and substance use support doesn’t need to be scary and it doesn’t have to be lonely.  I will walk alongside you and am honored to be considered on your journey to healing.

You Deserve to Feel Great. I’m Here to Help.