Dr. Nicole Siegfried is the Chief Clinical Officer for Lightfully Behavioral Health. She is a licensed clinical psychologist and serves as an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychology at University of Alabama at Birmingham. She has worked in mental health for over 20 years and has served in national leadership positions for the past 10 years. She is an international speaker and has published research, magazine articles, and book chapters in eating disorders, mental health, and suicide. Nicole believes that recovery is possible for all individuals with mental health disorders, and that all individuals are capable and deserving of a life worth living. Nicole brings with her a commitment to a training-focused, outcomes- driven clinical model and a passion for team culture and collaboration. Nicole lives in Birmingham, Alabama with her family. She loves reading, skiing, and being in the mountains.

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Recent Blog Posts by Nicole Siegfried, PhD, CEDS

The Future of Mental Health Treatment Starts Now
December 14, 2021

Humans are more depressed and anxious than ever. As I write this, 1 in 5 Americans is living with a mental health disorder. But why? Our brains are genetically programmed to be great at evaluating, threat-detecting, and problem-solving. Throughout millennia, […]

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Press Featuring Nicole Siegfried, PhD, CEDS

Halloween and Mental Health, ABC7
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A mom let her 5-year-old get her hair bleached and was criticized online. But experts say following kids’ lead can build trust.
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Antipsychotic Drugs in Nursing Homes
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Health Panel Recommends Anxiety Screening for All Adults Under 65
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Proven Strategies to Stop Overthinking and Ease Anxiety Now
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10 Minutes? 20 Seconds? Doesn’t Matter. ‘Micro-breaks’ from Work Are Healthy
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13 Strategies to Address Mental Health in the Workplace
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California late start law: Experts, parents weigh pros and cons of late school start time
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San Diego Business Journal, Top Professionals in Behavioral Health 2022 Honorees
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Dr. Nicole Siegfried PhD., CEDS, How to Talk With Kids About What Happened in Uvalde
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The Best Online Therapy for Depression in 2022
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Dr. Nicole Siegfried PhD., CEDS, Discusses Social Media and Mental Health on KABC
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Instagram to Launch Parental Controls in March
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11 Tips For Supporting Someone Struggling with Mental Health
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What to Say and Do If Your Child Thinks They’re Fat
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Smoking Addiction and Mental Health Should Be Treated Together, Study Suggests
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Woman Loses 12 Friends to Suicide, Creates NoSo November
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Mental Health Spotlight: Treating Insomnia and Depression
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