Nicholas Lee, BS

Nicholas is pursuing his M.A. in Clinical Counseling at The Citadel and completing his internship here at iHope. He completed his practicum at Palmetto Counseling of Hartsville where he helped co-facilitate equine therapy. Nicholas received his B.S. in Psychology from Charleston Southern University where he had several leadership positions in clubs and organizations. During his time at Charleston Southern University, he received the award of Psychology Student of the Year. He is also a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC) and the International Honor Society for Psychology, Psi Chi. 

Nicholas has a passion for working with youth and adolescents to help navigate through the difficult periods of life. He believes that counseling is a collaborative effort that involves a non-judgmental, genuine, and empathetic atmosphere.  

Nicholas lives in the Lake City area and attends Floyds Chapel Pentecostal Holiness where he participates in the choir. During the week, he works full-time at Crosswell Home for Children where he is a Cottage Director for adolescent boys. Outside of school and work, he spends time with family and friends and enjoys time outdoors.