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Nick Dailey-Arndt, MS, Mental Health Practitioner (he/him)

Nick is a pre-licensed therapist who works with adults ages 18+.


Nick believes that each of us possesses the tools to enhance our personal wellness, and that clients are the experts in their own lives. He prioritizes collaborative relationships with clients, as well as cultural sensitivity and proficiency with trauma. He cultivates the safety clients need to explore and get creative.


Nick specializes in helping people navigate anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, life transitions, and more. By incorporating evidence-based techniques from Narrative Therapy, CBT, Gestalt, and Person-Centered Therapy, he assists clients in working through negative self-messaging toward positive self-perception. His goal is for clients to leave counseling sessions feeling inspired and empowered to face challenges in their lives.


Nick earned his Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Wisconsin-Stout. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, he facilitated anxiety and panic disorder support groups through NAMI Minnesota. He also deeply enjoyed his Masters practicum, where he worked as a mental health counselor for students in a college setting. Before becoming a therapist, he was an elementary school teacher in South Korea and an outdoor educator here in Minnesota.


In his spare time, Nick enjoys reading classic mystery novels, learning about personality models such as the MBTI and Enneagram, and spending time with friends and family. His favorite outdoor activity is mountain hiking, and he loves sailing in northern Minnesota.
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Trauma
  • Grief
  • Life Transitions/Career Interests
  • In-person
  • Virtually