MEET THE FOUNDER

Nicole Moore uses attachment theory, mindfulness, traditional and alternative modalities (including EMDR) to personalize every treatment plan.

“I strive to make a genuine connection with each individual to help inform my approach. I treat relationship problems, stress, burnout, anxiety, depression, addiction, and trauma.” – Nicole Moore

Nicole Moore is a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) who works with families, couples, and adults. She earned her master’s degree in clinical psychology from Pepperdine University and specializes in the treatment of trauma (including dual diagnosis), anxiety, and depression. Using attachment theory, mindfulness, traditional and alternative modalities (including EMDR) to personalize every treatment plan, she strives to make a genuine connection with each individual to help inform her approach. Nicole is also a registered yoga teacher, you can find her classes on the group fitness schedule here at The Center Method and at Hot 8 Yoga in Beverly Hills, CA.


Our Team

The Center Method Philosophy

The Center Method is a client-centered collaboration which addresses  relationship problems, stress/burnout, anxiety, depression, addiction, and trauma. Developing awareness of the interconnection between the mind, body, and emotions is essential in the healing process. We use traditional and alternative modalities (including psychotherapy, EMDR, acupuncture, massage, yoga, breathwork, meditation, and nutrition) to build a wellness regimen which best suits individual needs in order to help process and release tension, anger, frustration and other emotions that remain in your body from past negative experiences. Our goal is to help release the stress and pain that may be preventing you from living a fully integrated, well-balanced life.