Hey all! Tori here sharing some exciting (and bittersweet) news about an upcoming change. As some of you may have heard I am going to be making some transitions in this upcoming year. Effective January 1, 2022 I will be embarking on a new adventure of opening my own private practice!
I am so thankful to have been able to work with, and alongside, so many wonderful individuals during my time at Honeybee. I am looking forward to continuing my growth as a clinician and now a business owner as well. My new practice: Tori Nieusma, LCSW, PLLC will be open to begin seeing clients on January 3, 2022.
My clinical areas of focus include life transitions, anxiety, depression, and trauma. I will be offering both individual and couples’ sessions with a strong focus on EMDR for individual sessions. My focus populations include military service members and families, individuals with past trauma, and all other adults willing and ready to make positive change.
Accepted insurance plans for my new practice will include Tricare East, Aetna, and United Behavioral Health. All three should be fully accepted by March at the latest.
If you are interested in pursuing, or continuing, services with me in my new practice or have any questions, feel free to reach out. I can be reached via email at email@example.com or via phone at (910) 741-5089.
For updated information please reach out via the information above or visit my Psychology Today: Tori Nieusma, Clinical Social Work/Therapist, Sneads Ferry, NC, 28460 | Psychology Today
Here at Honeybee, we are sad to see Tori go but are so excited to have been a part of her growth. Part of the goal of Honeybee as a practice- in addition to providing excellent clinical care- is to be a growth resource for clinicians as they progress in their careers. We are so happy that Tori has accomplished this goal, and we are so supportive of her taking this next step as a clinician. While it would be wonderful for Honeybee to stay the same, it doesn’t reflect our lived experiences. As humans, we are always growing and changing, and our needs and interests grow and change, as well. We wish Tori nothing but the best moving forward and are so excited for the success that awaits her. We are happy to continue referring clients and maintaining a relationship with Tori moving forward. This transition is bittersweet, indeed!