Nicole Locorriere, MS AMFT

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

When ‘I’ is replaced with ‘we,’ even ‘illness’ becomes ‘wellness.’

My Story


I am a licensed associate marriage and family therapist with a passion for helping young adults smoothly transition to new phases in their lives. I have a B.A. in Psychology from West Chester University and an M.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Seton Hall. 

Being a marriage and family therapist doesn’t mean that I only see couples or families all together. It means that I specifically see problems as a result of social context. Who are you surrounding yourself with? How are you communicating with the people around you? What did you learn from the people you love that informs how you act today? How can we grow from that space to fit your current surroundings?
So, whether you’re transitioning from adolescence to adulthood, dating to marriage, couple to a family, or even from a relationship to a breakup, I can help you adjust. 
I am a certified Discernment Counselor, meaning I have specific training in helping couples decide whether to stay in a marriage or move on. I am also trained (Level Two) in The Gottman Method, which is a widely accepted evidence-based method for treating couples. I also love making therapy resources more accessible, so in my spare time, I create online courses to help people grow and better themselves. When I’m not in the therapy room, you can find me crocheting blankets, connecting with my social media following (@nicolelocorrieremft) and browsing local shops with my partner, Jeff.


Helping people cope with breakups or other life/relationship transitions

Helping couples prepare for marriage

Helping teenagers learn to respectfully spread their wings

Helping couples on the brink of divorce decide whether or not to stay together