Nathan Rice is a friendly, insightful, and compassionate psychotherapist working on the cutting edge of psychoanalytic theory as well as other major therapy modalities. With a gifted improvisatory style, Nathan achieves a well-rounded, flexible, client-centered approach. I whole-heartedly recommend Nathan to anyone struggling with difficult issues and hoping to make long-lasting changes to a healthier way of being.
--Michael Reilly, LCSW, CSAT
Nathan Rice is an insightful, informed, and compassionate therapist dedicated to helping his clients understand the underpinnings of their challenges in order to help them make meaningful and long-lasting changes. For those specifically seeking help with problematic sexual behavior Nathan provides well-honed skills and solid theoretical knowledge gleaned from a variety of well-studied perspectives.
--Paul Kelly, LMHC, CSAT
Nathan is insightful, warm, compassionate, and deeply committed to his work with clients. An outstanding therapist!
--Josh Dodes, LCSW
Nathan is an intelligent and caring clinician who I recommend highly to anyone looking for a therapist.
--Karen Mruk, LCSW
Nathan is unique in the profession in that he brings deep psychoanalytic understanding of sex addictions to his work that allows him to work more effectively with people struggling with this issue.
--Stephen Kosmicki, LCSW
Nathan is a talented therapist who I trust implicitly with referrals. He makes a big difference in quality and care of the people he sees.
--Pamela Kohl, MS, LMHC, CSAT-C, CCPS, CHFP
Nathan has upstanding character and is known in the industry as a person who does what he says he is going to do. He is dedicated to obtaining and understanding current industry standards and is a great conversationalist. I highly recommend him for ongoing therapy.
--Amanda Lennox, MS, LMHC
Nathan brings genuine caring and curiosity, along with a sharp intellect and deep psychoanalytic understanding, to his work. I recommend him without reservation to those struggling with out-of-control sexual behavior and a host of other issues.
--Melissa Walker, LCSW-R