Nile Brandt, ACMHC

Associate Clinical Mental Health Counselor
Psychology Doctoral Intern
Degrees: 
Ph.D., University of Utah, In Progress; MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling; MS in Sport & Exercise Psychology from Ball State University
License: 
ACMHC
Insurances Accepted: 

Nile accepts multiple insurance plans. Please call us at 801-483-2447 to confirm that he accepts your insurance plan.

Specialties: 

Nile specializes in treating a wide range of presenting concerns, including anxiety, depression, transition and adjustment, relationship and interpersonal issues, performance-related issues (sport/performance psychology consulting), substance use disorders.

Other Training & Certification: 

Completing designation as Certified Mental Performance Consultant (Association for Applied Sport Psychology).

Populations Served: 
Adults and adolescents
Publications: 

Brandt, N.C., Razon, Blom, L. C., & Bolin, J. (2019). Effect of self-selected music on affective   responses and running performance: Directions and implications. International Journal of

Exercise Science, 12(5), 310-323

 

Brandt, N. C. The road (even) less traveled: Psychological skills training with collegiate

musicians. (2017). Performance Excellence Movement. Association for Applied Sport

Psychology

 

Schrameyer, A. R.., Graves, T. M., Hua, D. M., & Brandt, N. C. (2016). Online student

collaboration and FERPA considerations. TechTrends, 1-9. doi: 10.1007/s11528-016-0117-5

 

Davison, C. B., Brandt, N .C., & Hua, D. M. (2015).Predictive modeling of organizational

resiliency utilizing leadership frame orientation. Research in Higher Education Journal, 29, 1-13.

 

Philosophical Orientation: 

Nile operates from a strengths-based, resilience framework and strives to form a collaborative, egalitarian relationship with my clients. In co-creating a safe space, an overarching goal for the therapeutic process is to have his clients find a sense of safety, stability, and maximize their human experience.

Comments: 

Nile grew up in San Diego, CA and is a loyal San Diego sports fan. He enjoys making hip-hop beats, playing soccer, running, and making espresso.