Nicole A. Botaitis
Director of Clinical Training and Teaching Faculty, MA in Clinical Psychology
Nicole A. Botaitis, MS, LMFT, LPCC, PPS, received her Masters in Counseling and Pupil Personnel Credential from California State University, Sacramento in 2005. She combined her passion for education and counseling and graduated with a dual specialization in Marriage and Family Counseling and School Counseling. While in Sacramento, Nicole counseled at-risk youth from diverse cultural backgrounds at multiple inner-city schools and non profit settings. In 2011, Nicole moved to Santa Barbara and taught at Pacifica Graduate Institute. In 2013, she took on the role of Clinical Supervisor for Casa Pacifica’s Wraparound program in Santa Barbara County.
Nicole is actively engaged in the community and in her role as Director of Clinical Training supports Antioch’s MA in Clinical Psychology students through their practicum process and road to licensure. Nicole also serves as facilitator for Central Coast MFT Consortium in which Antioch hosts quarterly meetings for the tri-counties. Additionally, Nicole is also part of Antioch’s MACP Teaching Faculty and thoroughly enjoys being in the classroom and encouraging student’s growth and curiosity in the Clinical Psychology arena.