Sybil Nwulu, LAC
Hello! My name is Sybil (she, her, hers) and I am a Licensed Associate Counselor (LAC) with a Master of Science in Forensic Psychology, and a Master of Counseling Degree. I view therapy a space for you, the client to be unequivocally yourself, while recognizing that there are so many internal and interpersonal factors, alongside systems in place that may contribute to the pain and discomfort one feels. I believe that it is important to walk patiently with every individual I work with, and I also believe that it is important to discuss how cultural beliefs and societal roles may influence a person’s perception and experiences.
I practice from an integrated approach, and I heavily focus on Person-centered and Multicultural perspectives. In my work, I also consider Intersectional Feminism, Liberation Psychology, the LGBTQIA+ community, Grief and Loss, and Correctional Psychology (within the justice system), and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) techniques. I incorporate trauma informed care, mindfulness, and storytelling techniques in my work with clients who are experiencing anxiety, depression, relationship conflicts, cultural stress, loss, and trauma.
Born and raised in Lagos, Nigeria, I enjoy spending time with family and friends,
listening to Afro-beats and Amapiano, watching reality TV, crocheting, and collecting perfumes.
Blue Cross/Blue Shield