Nick D’Amico, MA, LMFT

Chief Operations Officer

Education

Master of Arts, Marriage and Family Therapy, 2015
Mount Mercy University, Cedar Rapids, IA

Bachelor of Science in Sociology and Minor in Environmental Studies, 2001
Iowa State University, Ames, IA

Specialties

Relationship Conflict, Childhood Behavioral Problems, Parenting/Co-Parenting, Communication Skills, Family Distress, Depression, Trauma
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Meet Nick

Nick D’Amico, MA, LMFT is the Chief Operations Officer at Covenant Family Solutions while also a licensed marriage and family therapist. He is dedicated to enhancing the mental wellness of those in his care and the care of the many talented providers at Covenant Family Solutions.

A Mentor to Future Mental Health Leaders

While these days, you may find him behind a desk more often than in the “therapy chair,” Nick’s professional guidance is a driving force behind up-and-coming therapists. He has provided compassionate care to at-risk youth and struggling families for over 20 years. This experience has proven the importance of compassion and patience and is wisdom he eagerly shares with those entering the therapy field.

Nick is a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and is well-known for his skillful counseling to couples seeking to strengthen their relationships. He is also a national crisis de-escalation trainer for the Mandt System, an evidence-based techniques for conflict resolution and de-escalation. Nick has served on several nonprofit boards and advisory councils over the years and is looked to as a leader in the mental health field.

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Mental Health Tips From Nick

Increasing Emotional Availability
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Nicholas D'Amico, MA, LMFT

How to Increase Your Emotional Availability

Getting to the point where you can consistently be emotionally available for your partner can be a difficult path and there is much that goes into it. One of the most important ingredients is self-esteem. It is hard and painfully difficult to let someone else inside the castle walls if we don’t like what is in there.

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paternal postnatal depression
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Nicholas D'Amico, MA, LMFT

New fathers can struggle with Postnatal Depression too.

For many men struggling with Paternal Postnatal Depression (PPND), the feelings of sadness quickly get entwined with other complicated emotions. In many situations this condition goes untreated. Men are often taught to hide sadness, pain, and other emotions. Expressing the feelings associated with PPND feels like weakness.

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