Niome Krauskopf is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who enjoys working with adults and older adolescents who struggle with depression, anxiety, adjustment issues, life transitions, chemical dependence, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. She counsels in an eclectic manner, tailoring her approach to each person’s unique needs.
Niome believes every person brings many strengths into the therapeutic process to help overcome obstacles in life. She sees the value in working as a therapeutic team with her clients and encourages this participation. She communicates in a direct manner with compassion, encouraging healing through a strength-based approach, recognizing the importance of connection within their community for holistic healing. She particularly enjoys facilitating support groups as she has seen their ability to assist people in connecting with others, finding validation, and encouraging healing. She looks forward to starting and running a variety of groups here at Perkins CPS.
Niome was born in Lowell, Massachusetts, and understands the value of support in difficult times having aged out of the foster care system at age eighteen. She has learned great empathy through her own personal trials, combining real life experience with ten years of clinical work, understanding first hand the pain and difficulty life sometimes throws at us.
Niome received her Bachelors of Social Work degree from Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida and graduated from the University of Central Florida with her Masters of Social Work. Niome’s many varied professional experiences have afforded her a well-rounded clinical expertise with people of diverse ages, backgrounds, and complex diagnoses.
In Florida, Niome met her husband of ten years. Together they have two children and two dogs. Niome and her family moved to Raleigh, North Carolina in August of 2015. She loves spending time with her family and enjoys the outdoors through fishing and walks in nature.
Contact the office to set up an appointment with Niome Krauskopf.